Recreational injury cases can be complex: Our experienced attorneys fight for victims throughout the process
Maine has a broad variety of outdoor activities for all seasons, from snowmobiling to riding ATVs, boating and water skiing and tubing, to name a few popular activities. Recreational injuries in Maine can and do happen.
In some cases, a business owner may be liable for your recreational injuries. A business that profits from recreational attendance may be negligent in the upkeep or monitoring of its property. In other cases, private property owners may be liable if you are a guest participating in recreational activities.
If you were injured during a recreational activity, you may be entitled to compensation. Turn to the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein for a free and confidential consultation. We demand justice for clients who sustained motocross injuries, bicycling injuries, golf injuries, or were hurt during any kind of recreational activities in Maine.
Paint ball, campground and ATV injuries call for aggressive representation
Some examples of recreational injuries from negligence include:
- A patron of a paint ball facility sustains injuries to the eye, potentially resulting in blindness. The paint-ball injury could have been prevented if the operators enforced safety requirements.
- A campground visitor suffers a broken leg as a result of an improperly monitored activity. A campground injury calls for a strong legal advocate.
- A property owner illegally blocks a public right of way or easement on his land, causing an ATV rider to crash and sustain an ATV injury.
Activities that children particularly enjoy, such as swimming at a lake or in a pool, carry a high standard for the property owner to ensure adequate safety and injury prevention.
We get results by pursuing the maximum compensation that you are entitled to from the insurance company. We will not be intimidated by their pressure tactics, and we won't sit back if they try to delay. Call 1-866-275-4563 right now and tell them you mean business.
Recreational injuries can be painful and debilitating. Dealing with insurance companies can be overwhelming. Call our experts today.
Remember, attorneys typically negotiate a settlement with an insurance company, not with your neighbor or the property owner. Let our experience guide you. Call Joe today at 1-866-275-4563. Our attorneys have been helping Maine families cope with personal injury cases for four decades.
You don't have to pay us anything before you win your settlement, and there is no cost for an initial consultation. Contact our offices today.