Snowmobile Accident Lawyer


If you’ve been injured in a snowmobile accident, The Advocates can help you recover.

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Our attorneys are ready to assist with your snowmobile, ski, or snowboard accident.

The injury lawyers with The Advocates know better than any other law firm how to win you the best recovery possible following your snowmobile accident. The Advocates Injury Attorneys have the skill and expertise you will need to win maximum compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered. Over the years, we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. Our attorneys can help you make the best decisions for your particular situation.
The professional attorneys with The Advocates are experts in handling most every type of snow sports and recreation injury case. The Advocates understand the stress and frustration you are enduring following your accident and we are ready to help in any way we can. Don’t accept a settlement you know is far too low for the pain and losses you have suffered. Hire an attorney with The Advocates and win the compensation your case is truly worth. You deserve more than an average, run-of-the-mill lawyer. You deserve an Advocate!

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$2.5 Million

Head-on Car Crash

$1.3 Million

Side Impact Auto Accident

$1.2 Million

Multiple Vehicle Crash

$1.1 Million

Semi-Truck Auto Collision

$1.0 Million

Side Impact Car Collision

After suffering a snow sport or a snowmobile-related injury caused by another’s negligence, you may very well be legally entitled to compensation for your losses. Internal studies conduct-ed by insurance companies reveal the impact an attorney can have on an injured victim’s po-tential settlement. On average, victims with legal representation up to 5X higher than those whom attempt to handle their injury claims on their own. Unfortunately, without a skilled at-torney on your side, the insurance system is stacked against you. Insurance companies often train their adjusters to do whatever they can to avoid paying you just compensation for your injuries. Don’t let them swindle you out of the settlement you deserve. Hire an Advocate attor-ney and make them pay you maximum compensation for your injuries and losses.
Unlike a regular injury lawyer, The Advocates truly care about you and your recovery. Our inju-ry attorneys will do everything possible to help you win the best settlement possible for your injuries and losses. When you hire an Advocate attorney to represent your case, you’ll never be just one more case among thousands. We promise to go the extra mile to win maximum com-pensation for your case. Don’t wait. Contact The Advocates today!
With an Advocate attorney working on your case, you’ll never have to worry about consultation fees or hidden costs. Our attorneys take pride in working on a contingency basis, which simply means that we don’t get paid unless you do. If our attorneys and professional staff are unable to steer your case to a satisfying conclusion then you won’t owe us a single dime in attorney fees! That’s our promise to you.

Snowmobile Collision Attorney

Snowmobile accidents occur every winter all throughout the United States, with many resulting in serious injury. These injuries can happen to snowmobile riders, passengers, and oftentimes innocent bystanders. Snowmobiles are dangerous vehicles with few safety features and capable of traveling at high speeds. If you or a loved one has been injured by a reckless and irresponsi-ble snowmobile or sled driver, you have the legal right to compensation for the losses you have suffered. Don’t wait to contact The Advocates today for a free legal consultation about your snowmobile accident and legal options. You deserve an Advocate!

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  • Over $300 Million Recovered for our Clients
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"Hiring The Advocates was the best move I could have made after my accident. They were very pro-fessional and made me feel confident my case would go smoothly. They really put me at ease. I would recommend them to anyone!" - Robert S.

Why You Need an Accident Attorney

The Advocates are experts in winning maximum compensation for victims of snowmobile accidents and snow sport injuries. Our attorneys know the ins and outs of personal injury law better than any other law firm. We take pride in being skilled negotiators and if push comes to shove, fierce litigators. Unlike most other personal injury lawyers, The Advocates aren’t afraid to take your case to court if necessary. No need to settle for second best. Contact The Advocates today and win the settlement you and your family deserve. Don’t wait to speak with a live attorney by phone or in our chat function at the bottom of your screen. Your case deserves an Advocate!

The Advocates Accident Claim Process

Step 1: Investigate the Accident

The first step The Advocates will take is to investigate your accident. Our attorneys do this by requesting a police report about your accident, examining any videos or photographs of the crash scene, and by contacting any relevant witnesses to the accident. Once we have firmly established liability, we will begin the hard work of building your injury claim.

Step 2: Build Your Claim

Building your car accident injury claim is one of the most time-consuming steps in the entire process. Our staff must wait until you are finished receiving treatment for your injuries before we can compile a comprehensive medical record of the injuries and costs associated with your accident.

Step 3: Negotiate a Settlement

Once you are finished treating your injuries and your medical records have been gathered, your attorney will send out a demand package to the at-fault party’s insurance. Afterwards, negotiations with your attorney will begin. If we are unable to negotiate a fair offer, then you will have the option to file a lawsuit.

Step 4: Litigate If Necessary

Time wise, litigation is the longest step in the claim process, possibly extending the life of your claim one or, even, two years. If you do decide to file a lawsuit, be prepared to potentially appear before a judge and jury.