Murrieta Off-Road Vehicle Accidents Attorneys
Dangerous ATVs and Off-Road Vehicles
Lawsuits involving all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and other off-road vehicles are typically filed against the manufacturer of the vehicle or the owner of the property where the accident occurred.
In either case, injured plaintiffs face a difficult challenge in seeking fair compensation.
At Gibbs & Fuerst, LLP, we have the experience, expert resources and financial strength it takes to succeed in the difficult legal terrain of premises and products liability law. Offering more than 75 years of combined legal experience, we practice in Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties and have a record of successfully representing the victims of accidents involving off-road vehicles of all types, including motorcycles, dirt bikes, go-karts (go carts) and ATVs.
Our lawyers have represented plaintiffs and defendants alike. This helps us to anticipate the arguments, tactics and strategies the other side is likely to use and to be prepared to effectively counter them.
Bad Product Design
Popular ATVs such as the Yamaha Rhino or Honda Rancher have suffered from design defects that made them unreasonably dangerous and unsafe. Off-road vehicles can also be made unreasonably dangerous due to manufacturing defects or inadequate warnings or instructions.
Property Owner Negligence
Although far less common than design defect claims, ATV accidents can also be caused by property owner negligence. An example of this would be an accident at a go-kart track that was caused because the go-kart had not been properly maintained. Generally speaking, these are difficult legal cases that require the skills of an experienced attorney.
Serving the San Diego, Temecula, Riverside
and San Bernardino Areas of Southern California
Call our Murrieta office at 951-816-3435, or our San Diego office at 619-702-3505 for a free consultation. You can also contact us online at any time and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
We handle ATV and other off-road vehicle accident claims on a contingency basis; you pay no legal fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.