ATV Accident Lawyers in Arkansas

ATV Accidents

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ATV (all-terrain vehicles), UTV (utility-terrain vehicles), and OHV (off-highway vehicles) crashes are dangerous and devastating. Trust the attorneys at Taylor King Law to be on your side – by your side.

Between 2016 and 2018, there were a reported 23 reported fatal incidents related to ATVs and all OHVs in Arkansas.

How common are ATV accidents? The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimated 526,900 emergency department-treated ATV injuries (including UTVs and ROVs) between 2016 and 2020. That’s an estimated 105,400 ATV-related injuries treated yearly in U.S. emergency rooms.

Between 2009 and 2013, Arkansas had the highest ATV-related death rate in the nation for those 17 and under. Arkansas Children’s Hospital admitted, on average, two children each week with ATV-related injuries.

Causes of ATV Crashes

What’s the most common cause of ATV crashes? One analysis reported that the majority of fatal OHV and ATV accidents were single-vehicle crashes and rollover crashes.

The most troubling aspect of ATV accidents, according to a study by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Department of Pediatrics, is an increasing number of ATV-related deaths over the time periods studied. ATV crashes have significantly increased concurrently with the growing use of ATVs, UTVs, and OHVs.

ATV Injuries

According to emergency room data, the most common ATV-related injuries are fractures and contusions/abrasions. A published study by Ulster Medical Society declared extremity and head trauma the most common ATV-related injuries and noted that 50% of injuries occur in children.

On Your Side – By Your Side

Nationally recognized and locally awarded, the personal injury attorneys at Taylor King Law have the experience to ensure you’re fully compensated for your pain and suffering. Our personal injury attorneys will be on your side every step of the way.

Initial consultation with an attorney is both FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

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Call or visit any of our seven locations across Arkansas and into Texas. An initial consultation with an attorney is both free and confidential. We’ll answer all your questions, and because we work on a contingency basis, you won’t owe us anything until we settle your case.

Call us at 870.246.0505.

Prefer to meet with a lawyer near you? You can speak with an attorney face-to-face at any of our 7 offices across Arkansas. Schedule a meeting with an ATV injury attorney at any of our locations: Arkadelphia, Little Rock, Springdale, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Conway, and Texarkana. Wherever you are in the Natural State you can find us nearby.

And if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you. We have an entire team of investigators across Arkansas who will come to wherever you are. It’s just part of our promise to be “on your side – by your side.”

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