Snowmobile Accident Lawyer St. Louis
Snowmobile Accident Lawyers in St. Louis and Missouri
The Snowmobile Accident Lawyers of Dixon Law provide the greatest level of care and legal guidance for St. Louis and Missouri residents. When you or someone you love has been the victim of a snowmobile accident, and you’ve suffered severe injuries and have lost work and wages because of those injuries, you need a snowmobile accident lawyer to protect your interests. The Snowmobile Accident Lawyers at Dixon Law can guide you through your snowmobile accident case and see to it that you and your family are provided for during this trying time. Whether you need financial assistance because of loss of work, medical bills, or to pay for the costs of recovery associated with any injuries sustained because of the snowmobile accident, Christopher R. Dixon and the Dixon Injury Firm can and will provide you with expert snowmobile accident legal guidance.
When you or someone you love has been in snowmobile accident and needs a snowmobile accident attorney, you need the best in the industry. Christopher R. Dixon and the St. Louis Motorcycle Accident Attorneys of Dixon Law strive to provide the best results possible. Christopher R. Dixon is recognized as a Top 100 Trial lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association and a Life-Time Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and when you choose Chris for your legal guidance and counseling for a snowmobile accident claim you will be taken care of.
In the winter, many Missourians like to head out into the wild to find some adventure on the back of a snowmobile. This can be a fun activity, but riders should be careful to avoid injury. Snowmobiles are incredibly high powered machines that are often capable of exceeding 90 miles per hour, and they have no frame to protect a rider from the elements. They are heavy and can cause a lot of damage when their rider loses control. Plus, they are obviously used in cold weather and riders can easily put themselves at risk from life-threatening cold.
History of Snowmobiling
According to the Antique Snowmobile Museum run by Maine’s Northern Timber Cruisers, the snowmobile got its start back in 1908. That was a few years after the airplane had been invented. A company in Waterville, Maine built a large cumbersome log hauling machine that looked like a steam locomotive, except it had skis up front and a track in the back. The next major advancement was in 1913 when a Ford dealer in New Hampshire built a track and ski conversion for the Model T Ford. In 1922, a young man named J. Armand Bombardier invented his first snowmobile, also powered by a Model T engine.
The modern recreational snowmobile was invented in 1954 by a farm-equipment company called Polaris Industries. One of the partners built himself a snowmobile on a weekend adventure, and eventually he was forced to sell it to make ends meet. The company spent a lot of time servicing the contraption, and eventually more people wanted one and the company abandoned farm equipment to focus solely on snowmobiles and other all-terrain vehicles. Today, there are about 118,657 snowmobiles sold every year and over 1.2 million registered in the United States.
Snowmobile accident statistics are hard to come by because snowmobiling takes place off the road system, often in very remote areas, and the federal government has little oversight. To look at one snapshot, our somewhat distant neighbors up North in Minnesota reported that 2014 was an especially deadly year. 15 people died that year under a range of circumstances. One flew off the back of a snowmobile when his drunk friend stopped abruptly. Another veered into a ditch while riding at night. One froze to death after falling through some ice on a lake. Others just crashed into something: a rock, a trailer, an embankment, a car, really anything that could crop up in the outdoors.
How can the St. Louis Snowmobile Accident Lawyers of Dixon Law help you with your snowmobile accident case?
The Dixon Injury Law Firm is the industry leader when it comes to protecting the interests of snowmobile accident victims. During a snowmobile accident case, the responsible party, their lawyers, and the insurance agencies are going to try to get you to settle for as little as possible and attempt to place as much blame as possible on your for the snowmobile accident. This will allow them to settle quickly and against your best interests. That’s why it is so vitally important to let Christopher R. Dixon and the St. Louis Snowmobile Accident Attorneys of Dixon Law defend your best interests against the responsible party, their lawyers and the insurance corporations.
The Missouri Snowmobile Accident Lawyers of the Dixon Injury Firm have a complete understanding of the most recent Missouri and St. Louis traffic law and statutes and can use this knowledge to defend you and your loved ones during this trying time. No one should have to suffer from a snowmobile accident injury, but when it does happen, choosing an experienced and knowledgeable snowmobile accident lawyer can ensure that you and your family are adequately compensated for your lost time and injuries, and ensure that your financial future and health are protected.
Why Should I choose the Missouri Snowmobile Accident Attorneys at Dixon Law to represent me?
Christopher R. Dixon is more than just a snowmobile accident lawyer he is a local Missouri and St. Louis resident who understands what it means to provide effective and comprehensive legal counseling to his fellow citizens who have suffered because of snowmobile accidents.
Chris Dixon – “I pride myself on tirelessly fighting for the injury victims who continuously trust me with their cases. It is an honor to serve and a passion which drives my existence.”
When you choose Christopher R. Dixon and the Dixon Injury Firm, you are choosing a snowmobile accident law firm that cares about you and wants to ensure that you and your family are provided for during this trying time. If you need snowmobile accident legal guidance, or want to know what a snowmobile crash lawyer can do for you, call or contact the Snowmobile Accident Lawyers of the Dixon Injury Firm at 314-409-7060, or toll-free at 855-40-CRASH to get justice and compensation for your snowmobile accident claim today.