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ATV Accidents

 

The Personal injury attorneys at theLaw Offices of L. Clayton Burgess has experience dealing with accidents that involve all terrain vehicles (ATVs), or motor scooters such as Vespas and Mopeds. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed due to a sport vehicle accident, Clay Burgess has a team of dedicated and experienced attorneys that will fight for the highest possible compensation for you.

Our Baton Rouge personal injury lawyers are dedicated to representing those who have suffered a loss or disability through an ATV, recreational vehicle or sport vehicle accident. These cases can be challenging, and sometimes very difficult difficult, to pursue.

Almost always the insurance company will allege comparative fault or negligence against the accident victim. You need an experienced personal injury attorney who can successfully defeat the insurance company’s claims of negligence either in court or before a lawsuit is ever necessary. Our  accident and injury lawyers can help.

Often times, motor scooter and ATV accidents involve serious, permanent or catastrophic injuries that will need to be adequately proved and successfully negotiated by a personal injury attorney. A qualified attorney will have the skills to successfully prove the case in court and present the case in a way that will help motivate jurors or the insurance company to award maximum compensation.

ATV Injury Accident Victims – Free Consultations Baton Rouge lawyers

Call 225-922-4416 now for a FREE legal consultation regarding your serious injury case. Contact our  Baton Rouge personal injury lawyers at the office today – or fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page – to have your case reviewed by our legal team. In some instances, we may be able to arrange to have someone come to you if you are unable to visit our office. Contact an experience Baton Rouge injury attorney today.

DON'T DELAY! YOU MAY HAVE A VALID CLAIM AND BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION FOR YOUR INJURIES, BUT A LAWSUIT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRES.