Toronto ATV and Snowmobile Accident Lawyers

All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles are an important source of entertainment and amusement for many Ontarians. Unfortunately, they are also involved in dozens of serious incidents and a handful of deaths each year in the province. That’s where a snowmobile or ATV accident lawyer can help.

Types of ATV and Snowmobile Accidents

ATVs and snowmobiles are more than recreational vehicles for many Ontarians – they are also critical to some businesses, important property maintenance tools, and vital transportation for remote communities. The variety of ways that Ontarians use off-road vehicles results in a wide variety of accidents. Some common examples include:

  • Accidents caused by obstructions on the trail
  • Collisions with cars, trucks, and SUVs
  • Accidents caused by an owner’s failure to properly maintain the vehicle
  • Accidents caused reckless or dangerous driving
  • Accidents caused by drug or alcohol intoxication
  • Accidents caused by a failure to wear appropriate, visible clothing

In each of these cases, an experienced ATV or snowmobile accident lawyer may be able to provide access to compensation or accident benefits. Unfortunately, many injuries caused by ATV or snowmobile accidents are extremely serious. Off-road vehicle riders do not have the same protections as regular motorists, so a seemingly minor accident such as a slow-motion rollover can cause debilitating, life-changing injuries. A snowmobile or ATV accident lawyers will be able to assess the viability of your claim and provide guidance for moving forward based on the particulars of your case.

If you’ve been injured in an ATV or snowmobile accident, contact the ATV and snowmobile accident lawyers Toronto trusts. Our team has the experience and expertise to ensure your family has access to compensation to cover medical bills and other expenses associated with serious personal injuries. Don’t let a snowmobile or ATV accident reduce your standard of living – reach out to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation today.

Compensation in ATV and Snowmobile Accident Cases

When you or a member of your family is injured in a snowmobile or ATV accident, you should contact an experienced personal injury lawyer right away to discuss your options. For over 50 years, our team has helped vulnerable Ontarians pursue and secure compensation for their injuries, including injuries suffered in ATV and snowmobile accidents.

The level of compensation to which you are entitled depends on a variety of variables, including your insurance coverage, the specifics of your accident, and the severity of your injuries. Our team of Lexpert-ranked Toronto ATV accident lawyers may pursue compensation or accident benefits for the following damages:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical, rehabilitation, and long-term care expenses
  • Lost future earnings and income replacement
  • Pain and suffering of your family or dependents

It is a misconception that ATVs and snowmobiles aren’t regulated by unique legislation.

Ontario’s Motorized Snow Vehicles Act and Off-road Vehicles Act lay out unique rules for drivers of those vehicles. ATV and snowmobile riders must also comply with Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act and all applicable federal legislation.

Our team of Toronto snowmobile accident lawyers are well-versed in all off-road vehicle legislation, and will investigate the following nuances in each case:

  • Was the vehicle registered and was the rider driving with a valid license?
  • Was the driver under the age of 12 while driving in a public space?
  • Was the vehicle insured as required by law?
  • Did the driver comply with local municipal laws?

Compensation in ATV and Snowmobile Accident Cases

Seemingly minor ATV and snowmobile accidents can cause serious, life-changing injuries requiring extensive medical care and rehabilitation. An experienced ATV or snowmobile accident lawyer can help you access compensation to cover the cost of ongoing care and subsidize your recovery in the wake of lost wages.

Contact an ATV or Snowmobile Accident Lawyer

For more information on the services provided by our snowmobile and ATV accident lawyers, our contingency fee agreements, or the viability of your claim, contact Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers today.

In Ontario, many personal injury law firms work on a contingency basis, meaning lawyers will accept a percentage of the final settlement as payment rather than demanding hourly legal fees. This arrangement ensures all Ontarians can afford to hire a personal injury lawyer during their time of need.


It is the job of a personal injury or accident lawyer to represent the victim in the civil justice system. This may involve everything from collecting evidence and filing claims to representing the victim in mediation, arbitration, or in court.

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