Recreational Vehicle Accidents
North Dakota, Minnesota & Montana Recreational Vehicle Accident Attorneys
Recreational vehicles have become bigger, faster, and sometimes more dangerous. Almost all recreational vehicles are subject to laws restricting their use to protect public safety.
If a recreational vehicle is involved in an accident, there may be complex issues involved, including:
- Unlawful operation of the vehicle
- Insurance coverage
- Statutes of limitations
If you have been injured while using, or by someone using a recreational vehicle, you need someone who understands the intricacies of the laws applicable to that specific vehicle.
Biking has become a popular sport for adults and kids. Safety is a big concern for anyone who rides a bike. Because of the lack of protective gear, injuries such as fractures, road rash, and soft tissue injuries are relatively common. Traumatic brain injuries are common with riders who don’t wear helmets.
Maring Williams Law Office believes helmets are so important that we contribute to the distribution of free bike helmets for kids in our community through Fargo/Cass County Public Health Services. If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of riding a bicycle, please contact our law firm and we can discuss the issues involved.
Motorcycles have become faster and the risks have increased dramatically over the years. According to industry publications, more than 38,000 motorcyclists have died and an estimated 255,000 were injured in crashes between 1975 and 1999. If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident with a motorcycle, there are several reasons why you need to discuss it with an attorney. Maring Williams Law Office can help you sort out problems with property damage and other insurance issues.
Inherent dangers exist with the use of boats, jet skis, and other water recreational equipment. The laws governing the use of watercraft are evolving as new recreational vehicles are developed. If you have been injured, you need an experienced attorney who understands the pertinent laws. Maring Williams Law Office can help you understand your rights.
Just like with watercraft, the rules for snowmobile use are evolving as new and faster equipment hits the market. Who is at fault and who is going to pay for the damages are questions that we can answer once we understand the facts of the case.
Your One Law Firm for Recreational Vehicle Accidents
Many of our attorneys enjoy the use of recreational vehicles, so we take accident claims involving these vehicles to heart. We believe that product manufacturers have a responsibility to produce safe products for day-to-day and recreational use.
We are here if there is an injury that arises from a defective product or the negligence of an involved party. Call us at (701) 402-6644 to begin your claim.
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Rear-Ended Car Accident $2.35 Million
Our client was rear-ended while stopped on the highway and sustained significant injuries to his back, ribs and lung.
Oilfield Accident & Burn Injury $6 Million
Our client was severely burned and suffered permanent and disabling injuries in an explosion and fire at a well site in the Bakken oil fields of western North Dakota.
Car Accident $5.3 Million
Our client suffered severe injuries in a head-on automobile crash when her vehicle was intentionally struck by a vehicle operated by her ex-boyfriend.
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