ATV/UTV, Boating, & Off-Road Accident Lawyers
in West Virginia
Off-Road ATV/UTV Accidents Require Experienced Legal Help
Growing numbers of West Virginia residents love to enjoy the great outdoors by going off road on their ATV or UTV. However, accidents or negligence cause severe injuries or death. This is when you need the services of a lawyer with experience. Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC, realizes that dealing with the aftermath of an ATV/UTV accident can be difficult. Call us today at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, to schedule a free consultation. Contact us online at your convenience for an appointment to review your ATV/UTV or boating accident with our lawyer.
Lawyer for Off-Road Accidents in Charleston, WV
As personal injury lawyers serving clients in Charleston, WV, and the surrounding region, Stroebel & Stroebel remind you that you do not have to go it alone. If you are injured while riding as a passenger in an off-road vehicle or boat, we are the lawyers who let you know where you stand after an accident. Whether the accident happens on an ATV/UTV or a boat on the water, we provide legal services to help area residents who are hurt.
ATVs: All-terrain vehicles that move off-road on low-pressure tires. With handlebars for steering, and a seat the operator straddles, ATVs may have three or four wheels. Four-wheeled ATVs are called quads, four-wheelers, or ATVs. Three wheeled models ceased manufacture as of 1988.
UTVs: Utility side-by-side vehicles designed to be used off-road. Like ATVs, these move on four or more low-pressure tires. UTVs are generally equipped to have a steering wheel, tail light, brake light, two headlights, and seat two or more occupants.
Boating: Accidents on waterways may involve personal watercraft—jet skis, smaller recreational boats used for fishing, sailboats, motorboats, pontoon boats, powerboats, or even commercial boats. All are subject to boating laws and operating regulations as to safety.
ATV/UTV Accidents & Boating Accidents Could Cause Death
Area boating accidents or collisions on the local waterways in WV can bring serious physical injury. Any type of recreational activity that involves ATVs, UTVs, or boats could bring accidental death under a variety of circumstances. Regardless of fault, residents of WV may face serious recovery, loss of income, therapy bills, property damage, and vehicle repairs. Injuries from boating and other off-road accidents can involve the extremities, the spine, head, and more. When your recreational fun takes a wrong turn into a nightmare, you need strong legal representation and protection from Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC. Contact us for boating, ATV, and UTV accidents—all varieties of off-road situations.