The Dangers of Recreational Vehicles
Georgia is full lakes, rivers, beaches, mountains and parks and is a top outdoor recreation destination. Tourists and locals alike often operate golf carts, scooters, four-wheelers (ATVs), camper vans and RVs outdoors. And, often, individuals with little experience are the ones who find themselves behind the wheel. For example, in Georgia, individuals with a drivers license are able to operate RVs weighing up to 26,000 lbs. Massive and hard to move, it’s easy to see how a beginner could lose control of the vehicle and cause an accident.
Moreover, there are no special requirements to operate motorcycles, scooters, speedboats, jet skis and ATVs in Georgia.
Why Hire an Experienced Georgia RV Accident Attorney?
We believe it’s important to work with an attorney who has case experience relevant to your accident. It’s without a doubt the most important factor in recovering the compensation you deserve. Haug Law Group regularly takes cases to trial and, in addition, our injury attorneys have years of experience fighting for victims rights.
A consultation with one of Haug Law Group’s injury attorneys is easy. In fact, it’s absolutely free. If you or a relative of yours was involved in an accident involving a recreational vehicle or at an outdoor recreational facility, contact Haug Law Group online or call 844-428-4529.