Wausau Recreational Vehicles Lawyers

The demand for lighter, faster, and more fuel efficient vehicles increases as recreational vehicles become more popular. Although the lighter and faster vehicles may be exciting to operate, they often do not include the safety features commonly needed for such powerful vehicles. With the poor safety features included and the incredible power of these vehicles, it is no wonder that thousands of people are injured by defective recreational vehicles each year. Reports show that close to 140,000 people were injured by defective ATVS last year. This number is only a small portion of the total number of injuries that result due to defective recreational vehicles. Common injuries include neck injuries, spinal injuries, brain damage, burns, and broken bones. It is in your best interest to contact an attorney immediately if you or a loved one has been injured while using a defective recreational vehicle.

Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. is one of Wisconsin’s largest personal injury law firms, now offering 12 office locations throughout the state. The Wausau defective recreational vehicle lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have extensive experience protecting the rights of clients who have been seriously injured by defective recreational vehicles. The legal process can be intimidating and confusing without the guidance of a skilled attorney. Turn to the Wausau lawyers to guide you through the process. Your initial consultation is completely free and will provide you the chance to have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable attorney. If you have been injured by a defective vehicle, it’s time that you learned about your legal options. For more information and to schedule your free consultation, contact the Wausau defective recreational vehicle lawyers today.

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