Kenosha Recreational Vehicles Lawyers

As recreational vehicles grow in popularity, the demand for lighter, faster, and fuel efficient vehicles increases. Although the lighter and faster vehicles may be exciting to drive, they are often lacking the safety features needed to accommodate the power of the vehicle. With increased cosmetic features and less safety features, it shouldn't be surprising that more and more people are being injured by defective recreational vehicles each year. Manufacturers who do not properly test their vehicles for safety should be held accountable for any damages that may occur while the vehicles being used. According to reports, close to 140,000 people were injured by defective ATVs last year. This number, however, is only a small portion of the total number of recreational vehicle injuries that result from defective ATVs, bicycles, and watercrafts, among many other vehicles. Injuries associated with defective recreational vehicles include neck injuries, spinal injuries, brain damage, burns, and broken bones. If you or a loved one has been injured while using a defective recreational vehicle, contact an attorney to learn more about your legal rights.

Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® now offers 12 office locations throughout Wisconsin, making it one of the largest personal injury law firms in the state. The Kenosha defective recreational vehicle lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® have years of experience protecting the rights of victims who have been injured by defectively manufactured or poorly designed recreational vehicles. Turn to the Kenosha lawyers to guide you through the often complicated litigation process. Your initial consultation with a lawyer provides you the chance to have your case reviewed at no cost to you. If you have been injured by a defective vehicle, you owe it to yourself to learn about the legal options available to you. Contact the Kenosha defective recreational vehicle lawyers today to schedule your free consultation and take the first step in fighting for your rights.