Alaska ATV Off road Vehicle Accdient Lawyer
In Alaska, ATVs aren't just recreational vehicles. Alaska residents rely on their ATVs, snow machines and other types of off-road motorized vehicles for business and transportation. Unfortunately, many ATV riders don't bother with learning the basic skills required for safe usage and many don't carry the right amount of insurance.
If you have been seriously injured in an ATV crash because of somebody else's negligence, you can rely on the experience and knowledge of personal injury trial attorney Chad McGrady to help you seek full compensation. As the victim of somebody else's negligence, you are entitled to fight for money damages to cover your losses, including:
- Medical bills
- Lost earnings and wages
- Punitive damages
- All other associated financial losses
Dealing With the Insurance Company
Many ATV owners don't carry insurance. People injured because of another's negligence on trails must often file a claim against their own insurance policy to recover the money they need. In addition, ATV insurance policies often include specific exclusions that make it difficult to recover compensation. The Law Office of Chadwick P. McGrady, P.C., has the experience you can rely on to deal with the toughest insurance issues.
Your Complete Personal Injury Law Firm
Alaska personal injury lawyer Chad McGrady has experience representing victims of all types of snow machine crashes and other motor vehicle crashes, including:
- Boating crashes
- Small airplane and helicopter crashes
- Cruise ship and tour boat crashes
- Fishing and hunting vehicle injuries
- Motorcycle crashes
- Car crashes
- Truck crashes
Suing Someone You Know
Often, people are hurt in ATV crashes when a friend or family is driving. There may be a reluctance to sue for damages against someone you know. It is important to remember that the claim is filed against the insurance policy, not the individual.
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Contact the firm to arrange a free consultation. The law firm represents clients throughout Palmer, Wasilla, the Mat-Su Valley, Anchorage and communities throughout Alaska.