Michigan Snowmobile Accident Attorneys

When a Day of Snowmobiling Turns Tragic

Michigan residents have a clear choice, find some outdoor winter activities to take on or be stuck inside for half the year. Given that choice, it is little surprise that snowmobiling is one of the most popular recreational activities across the state. While these vehicles are exhilarating and fun, just like Jet Skis or motorcycles are in the summer month, they also carry the potential for serious injury if handled improperly, irresponsibly or while intoxicated.

At the personal injury law office of Bredell & Bredell, we have represented people and families who have suffered due to the negligence of someone else since 1984. Every year snowmobile accidents and wrecks cause serious harm or result in death, and whether you were injured as a passenger while someone else was driving or you were harmed by the reckless driving of another snowmobile, we can help you fight to get the resources and compensation you need.

Michigan Snowmobile Accident Lawyer

According to the state Department of Natural Resources, every year between 25 and 45 snowmobile crashes result in a fatality. Countless others end with a broken leg, serious cuts, head injury, or far worse, and because of these accidents innocent people face months or years of medical costs and lost wages.

As an experienced law firm, we have taken on a diverse range of personal injury cases including those involving recreational accidents. With offices in Jackson and Ypsilanti, our trial attorneys take on snowmobile accident cases involving:

Are You Entitled to No Fault Benefits After a Snowmobile Accident?

It is also important to realize that any accident involving a snowmobile and a car can provide no-fault benefits for the driver of the snowmobile, even if that person caused the accident. These benefits can include lifetime medical costs, three years of lost income and other costs that can be associated with a serious injury.

We know that our clients depend on us for answers and results. When we take your case, we stay committed to working closely with you and pursuing all reasonable opportunities for your compensation. We have the skill to negotiate and the willingness to fight to make sure your case is successfully resolved.

Contact Our Ann Arbor Sled Injury Attorney

If you or someone you love has been injured in a snowmobile accident caused in full or in part by someone else's negligence or involving a car, you need to talk to a lawyer to protect your right to full compensation. Insurance companies have an interest in keeping your payout as small as possible. Our attorneys are dedicated professionals with proven experience getting clients the verdicts and settlements they are owed.

Call 734-482-5000 or reach us toll-free at 866-586-8164 to set up a free consultation and case review. You can also contact us through our convenient online form. We operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you own us nothing until we have resolved your case.