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I was a passenger on a snowmobile that was involved in a Michigan snowmobile accident. Can I sue the snowmobile driver for passenger injuries?

Yes, you may be able to sue the driver of the snowmobile for passenger injuries in a Michigan snowmobile accident. If the driver is found negligent and cause for the injuries suffered, a personal injury claim against the snowmobile driver may be able to be filed. In fact, drivers who cause accidents can be held accountable for money damages if they are negligent in the operation of their snowmobile or intoxicated at the time of operation.

In addition, passengers injured may also be able to file a lawsuit against the property owners if they were aware that you were using their snowmobile and knew the dangers on the property.

If you or someone you know was a passenger on snowmobile, and suffer injures in a Michigan snowmobile accident, call our top rated personal injury attorneys now to discuss your case. There is strict statute of limitations for filing these types of lawsuits so it is highly recommended that a snowmobile accident attorney is contacted immediately.

 

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