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South Carolina Recreational Vehicle Accident Attorney

Taking advantage of all our great state has to offer is something we all look forward to doing. Whether at a sunny beach, in the mountains or on the lake, many people in South Carolina experience those special places with recreational vehicles like boats, jet skis, golf carts, ATVs and campers. While recreational vehicles can be a lot of fun, they can also be quite dangerous. What starts out as a fun day outside can turn into a life-threatening situation in an instant.

The risks are not isolated to places we vacation; many accidents happen much closer to you home. Golf carts have become increasingly popular over the years, with many neighborhood streets now teeming with them. Their size makes them less visible to others and, on top of that, their operators are typically not wearing seatbelts or helmets, so accidents involving golf carts can result in serious injuries and, in some cases, even death.

Whether a golf cart, ATV or dirt bike, all recreational vehicles must be handled with care and operated properly in order to prevent accidents that can cause serious injuries. The operators of those vehicles are required to exercise caution and safety. It goes without saying that operating a recreational vehicle while distracted or impaired is extremely dangerous and can lead to serious injuries. Injuries resulting from recreational vehicle accidents can be life-changing for the victims. Trey Cook Law can help make sure you get compensated for your injuries and damages so that any future changes in your life will not become a financial burden.

Popular Recreational Vehicles Involved in Accidents:

  • Personal watercrafts
  • All-terrain vehicles (ATVs)
  • Mopeds and scooters
  • RVs and camping trailers
  • Motocross bikes
  • Golf carts
  • Three-wheelers
  • Four-wheelers
  • Dirt bikes
  • Boats, kayaks and canoes
  • Water skis, knee boards and other water toys

What to Do After a Recreational Vehicle Accident

If you’ve been involved in a recreational vehicle accident of any kind, the most important thing to do is to take care of your health and safety. That means seeking competent medical attention right away. Once you have done that, you shouldn’t wait long before reaching out to an experienced personal injury attorney for legal guidance. It’s likely that many attorneys will want to take your case, but you should make sure you have a South Carolina attorney with knowledge of recreational vehicle accidents in your corner. And, as with all personal injury accidents, you should consult with an attorney before signing anything.

Call Trey Cook Law Before You Talk to Any Insurance Provider

The goal of every insurance company is to make money, so they pay as little as possible and as late as possible on claims. When you’ve suffered injuries as a result of an accident with or while on a recreational vehicle, your focus should be on healing. Trey Cook Law will focus on fighting for your rights. Trey will be your voice while you recover.

Trust Trey Cook With Your Recreational Vehicle Accident Case

Recreational vehicle accident victims suffer a wide range of injuries, from leg fractures to spinal cord injuries. Some accidents can even result in death. At a time like that, the last thing you should have to do it devote energy dealing with the legalities of your accident. With Trey Cook Law, you won’t have to. If you or your loved one has been injured in a recreational vehicle accident of any kind and someone else is at fault, Trey Cook Law will help make sure your life can get back to some semblance of normalcy.

While many personal injury attorneys will want your case, you want a firm like Trey Cook Law with years of experience dealing with opposing attorneys, adjusters and physicians to obtain all the records and documents necessary to make and prove your case. Trey will move quickly to investigate your case, determine the factors contributing to the accident to help construct a case that will result in the most compensation possible, including for pain and suffering, medical expenses, property damage and lost wages.