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As Michigan recreational injury and accident lawyers, we recognize you may have many questions if you or a loved one has been injured in a sports or recreational activity. On the page below, we attempt to answer many of these questions. Of course, you probably have questions specific to your situation that require the attention of a top-notch sports injury lawyer.

Yes. This obviously depends on the cause of the accident and the extent of your injuries, but tubing accidents are not barred by the Michigan Ski Safety Area Act.

Yes. Michigan boaters have the legal duty to operate their boat in a safe and non-negligent manner. A boater who ignores the boating laws or drives in an unsafe manner can be sued for injuries caused by his negligence?

This depends on the circumstances of your accident. In order to be able to file a Michigan equestrian injury case, you must meet one of the exceptions of the Michigan Equine Liabilities Act. Because this law is complex, you should contact a lawyer at our firm immediately to see if your case qualifies.

Yes, if you can prove that the other jet skier was negligent and caused the jet ski accident.

Yes, if he was negligent in using his shotgun, you can file a Michigan hunting accident case.

Yes, if the hotel did not perform proper maintenance on the swimming pool and this was a cause in the swimmer drowning in the hotel swimming pool.

Depending on the make and model of the vehicle, you may be able to file an ATV accident case against the maker of the off road vehicle. The facts of the accident are important in determining whether the ATV was defective and whether this caused your injuries.

Michigan law holds that the negligent party in a hunting accident is responsible for the injuries and losses sustained by the hunting injury victim. In most hunting accident lawsuits, the person involved in the accident must prove that the hunter who caused the injury was negligent. This means that the hunter who caused the injuries failed to act in a safe or reasonable manner or was reckless in his use of the firearm.

Victims injured in Michigan hunting accidents do have legal rights. Michigan law holds that the negligent party in a hunting accident is responsible for the injuries and losses sustained by the hunting injury victim. In most hunting accident lawsuits, the person involved in the accident must prove that the hunter who caused the injury was negligent. This means that the hunter who caused the injuries failed to act in a safe or reasonable manner or was reckless in his use of the firearm.

In the case of someone who has died, the family of the deceased victim has the right to recover money damages for their loss and gives rise to a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit. Most settlements are paid by the insurance company for the negligent party or shooter.

Yes, if you or someone you knows suffers injuries in a Michigan hunting accident due to defective hunting equipment you do have legal rights and means to file a lawsuit. A person injured in a hunting accident due to defective hunting equipment may have a legal cause of action against the manufacturer and seller of the product. These claims can include a defect in the product, lack of proper safety devices, and defective warnings for the product.

Michigan law holds these companies responsible for the injuries and losses sustained by the hunting injury victim. In the case of someone who has died as a result of a hunting accident, the family of the deceased has the right to recover money damages for their loss.

Yes, you can sue the hunter that killed your husband in Michigan hunting accident. Michigan law holds that the negligent party in a hunting accident is responsible for the death of the victim and losses sustained by the family of the victim. In most hunting accident lawsuits, the family of the deceased or the person involved in the accident must prove that the hunter who caused the injury was negligent. This means that the hunter who caused the injuries failed to act in a safe or reasonable manner or was reckless in his use of the firearm. Many times this negligence arises because the hunter failed to take proper safety precautions or was even intoxicated at the time of the accident.

In the case of someone who has died, the family of the deceased victim has the right to recover money damages for their loss and gives rise to a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit. Most settlements are paid by the insurance company for the negligent party or shooter.

Yes, you may be able to sue the snowmobile driver for injuries caused while riding as a passenger on a snowmobile in Michigan. This type of lawsuit would be a called a personal injury lawsuit and would seek compensation for your injuries suffered as a passenger rider. In order for you to be able to pursue this type of lawsuit and sue the snowmobile driver, the driver must be found negligent and caused the Michigan snowmobile accident. If the driver was intoxicated at the time of the accident, the driver is may also be held accountable and you may have legal rights to sue the driver for injuries.

Yes, you may be able to sue the driver of the snowmobile for passenger injuries in a Michigan snowmobile accident. If the driver is found negligent and cause for the injuries suffered, a personal injury claim against the snowmobile driver may be able to be filed. In fact, drivers who cause accidents can be held accountable for money damages if they are negligent in the operation of their snowmobile or intoxicated at the time of operation.

In addition, passengers injured may also be able to file a lawsuit against the property owners if they were aware that you were using their snowmobile and knew the dangers on the property.

If you or someone you know was a passenger on snowmobile, and suffer injures in a Michigan snowmobile accident, call our top rated personal injury attorneys now to discuss your case. There is strict statute of limitations for filing these types of lawsuits so it is highly recommended that a snowmobile accident attorney is contacted immediately.

Yes, you may be able to file a lawsuit if injured in a fatal Michigan snowmobile accident. If the cause of injury was either due to the negligence of the driver or another snowmobile driver, or the snowmobile owner allowed you to use the snowmobile with known dangers, legal recourse may be able to be taken.

Victims who suffer injuries in a Michigan snowmobile accident do have legal rights. Drivers who cause accident can be held accountable for money damages if they are negligent in the operation of their snowmobile or intoxicated at the time of operation. Property owners can also be held liable if they are aware that snowmobile riders use their property and they have known dangers on the property.

Finding the best lawyer in Michigan for a sports and recreation injury lawsuit can be difficult task. When looking to hire an attorney after your Michigan sports and recreation injury, you may want to ask the attorney the following questions:

  • What percentage of your practice is devoted to handling serious injury claims?
  • Have you ever written a book on sports and recreation injury cases?
  • Do you have a website with information on the different types of sports and recreation injury cases?
  • Have you ever taken a sports and recreation injury case to trial and won a verdict for your client?
  • What kinds of settlements have you received for your clients?

Yes, you may be able to sue if you suffered a severe brain injury or other serious injury after a near death drowning accident at a Michigan beach. Depending on the circumstances, the drowning victim and his or her family may have legal rights to be compensated, including money damages for pain and suffering, disability, medical bills, and lost wages. Whether a person suffered serious injury or was wrongfully killed, our top rated legal team will investigate what happened and collect all the evidence and witness statements to prove and win your case.

Many times, a drowning at a beach may be the negligence of another, including unsupervised swimming, reckless behavior, boating accident, jet ski accident or more. It is essential to hire a qualified Michigan drowning injury lawyer who has a complete understanding of these cases and the knowledge and experience to achieve the best result for the victim and his or her family.

Yes, you may be able to sue if your child suffered a drowning death or severe drowning injury while at a Michigan summer camp. Many summer camps may or may not have a lifeguard on duty, however it is still the facility’s responsibility to take care and monitor the children who attend their summer camp while swimming in a pool or lake.

Often times, a drowning death or injury at a summer camp may be the fault or negligence of the camp and its staff. This can include the failure to properly supervise the children, the improper training of employees, inadequate staffing or lifeguards, the lack of safety equipment, and improper maintenance.

Our summer camp drowning accident lawyers in Michigan represent parents and their children who suffered serious injuries while swimming at summer camp. If a child drowns to death due to a water accident, the parents may be able to file a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit.