ATV Safety for You and Your Kids during West Virginia Hunting Season

Hunting season may be a family tradition and a great time to bond with your family; however, unexpected accidents can occur and many times it's because of unsafe ATV riding. If you're involved in an ATV accident in West Virginia this hunting season because of someone else's negligence, meet with a Clarksburg WV injury attorney to see what legal options are available.

Using ATV Safety by Riding Solo

This hunting season, you might consider bringing only 1 or 2 ATVs for your 4-5 person family in order to save some money or space but understand that riding an ATV with another person comes with high risks of serious injuries.

First of all, it's unsafe to have multiple riders on a single ATV because it restricts control of the driver.

Second, children under the age of 16 aren't allowed on standard size ATVs. For children instead, there are ATVs specifically made designed with an engine size up to 90 cubic centimeters that weigh less for a smaller novice's control ability.

While you're out on your hunting expedition this year, practice ATV safety to avoid an ATV accident in West Virginia. If you're in an ATV accident caused by another's negligence, know that in Clarksburg, an injury attorney can fight for your rights to pursue a personal injury claim. 

Contact a Clarksburg Injury Attorney

ATV riding can lead to potentially serious or fatal accidents. If you have been harmed because of somebody else's negligence, don't hesitate to seek justice. The Miley Legal Group will work with you to fight for the compensation you deserve and help you to move on with your life. Contact us today for a FREE consultation - 304-326-1800.

ATV ride is a great outdoor adventure and I'm learning to love it especially when watching my husband and kids enjoying the ride. I'm just making it sure that they have a quality protective gears!
by Jane August 28, 2012 at 11:34 AM
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