If you’ve been injured in a snowmobile accident, contact Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers today

Ontarians have always found ways to get outside during the winter and take advantage of the province’s exciting and diverse landscape. One of the most popular ways to experience our local winter wonderland is on snowmobile. There were roughly 155,000 snowmobile registrations in Ontario in 2018, according to the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, the second most of any province. In addition to being a great recreational tool, snowmobiles are also used to complete tasks on farms and large properties and are a key method of transportation for Ontarians living in remote areas.Unfortunately, snowmobiling’s massive popularity in Ontario has led to a large number of serious, even catastrophic injuries. Approximately 50 snowmobile-related deaths occur every year in Ontario and Quebec, in addition to roughly 1,200 injuries that require hospitalization.If you’ve been injured in a serious snowmobile accident, contact us today to speak with an experienced snowmobile injury lawyer.

Common causes of snowmobile accidents

Many of the behaviours that lead to serious snowmobile accidents are the same that cause automobile accidents on Ontario’s roads. These include: 
  • • Dangerous and aggressive driving, including speeding
  • • Operation in low-visibility conditions, including at night and during inclement weather
  • • Drug or alcohol impairment
 In addition to these familiar scenarios, snowmobile accidents can also be caused by a variety of unique factors, including: 
  • • Crashing through frozen surfaces
  • • Poorly maintained trails
  • • Defectively designed or manufactured vehicles or safety equipment
 In order to stay safe on the trails this winter, always stick to the following rules: 
  • • Avoid driving in bad weather, wherever possible
  • • Avoid traveling alone
  • • Always stay alert on the trails
  • • Always carry a first aid kit
  • • Avoid frozen surfaces, wherever possible
  • • Always obey the rules of the trail, including posted speed limits
  • • Never drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol

Common types of snowmobile injury

Much like motorcycle accidents, snowmobile accidents often result in serious injuries. This is due to a variety of factors, including the lack of protection from objects and hard surfaces; the weather conditions under which snowmobiles are operated; and more.Some of the most serious snowmobile injuries include:
  • • Traumatic brain injuries
  • • Spinal injuries, including injuries causing paralysis
  • • Severe lacerations
  • • Severe bone breaks and fractures
  • • Severe organ injuries
  • • Death

How can a snowmobile injury lawyer help?

When a person is injured in a serious snowmobile accident, one of the first things they should do is contact an experienced snowmobile accident lawyer. Recovery from a serious injury can take years and require significant financial investment – a snowmobile accident lawyer can help access financial compensation to fund that recovery.Compensation can be sought in two ways:1. Insurance: Like automobile drivers, snowmobilers are required to ensure their vehicles per the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act. Snowmobile insurance, like auto insurance, is considered ‘no-fault,’ meaning that injured snowmobilers may have access to similar benefits and protections as injured car and truck drivers.2. Civil lawsuit: If another party is at fault for your injury, you may be able to seek financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. If you choose this approach, your snowmobile accident lawyer may seek compensation for the any of the following damages: 
  • a. Medical costs
  • b. Physical therapy and rehabilitation costs
  • c. Lost wages and reduction in future earning capacity
  • d. Physical pain and suffering
  • e. Emotional pain and suffering
  • f. Loss of familial or marital relationship
  • g. Loss of financial support
  • h. Funeral costs

Contact Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers

If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in a snowmobile accident, contact Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced snowmobile accident lawyer. Our team will review your claim, explain your legal options, and explain what you can expect on your road to recovery.Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers can be reached by phone at 1-866-920-4242, by email at [email protected], or through our Contact page. Our lawyers are proud to work on a contingency basis, meaning you will not be asked to pay up-front or hourly legal fees for our services. Instead, our team will accept an agreed-upon percentage of your final settlement as payment. This approach enables us to provide access to justice to injured Ontarians from across the province.

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The insurance claims process is often time-consuming and complex. Insurance companies will assess every minute detail of the events leading up to the accident to ascertain fault. As a victim, you must submit to medical examinations and intense scrutiny of your injuries. These will be accompanied by meetings with legal counsel for the insurance company. These are known as Examinations for Discovery, or ‘depositions.’

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