Boating Accidents • Snowmobiling Accidents • Skiing Accidents • Hunting Accidents
When we head out for an afternoon boating adventure or a weekend ski trip, we never think that it could end in a serious injury or death. And yet every year people in Minnesota, and Wisconsin suffer disabling and life-changing injuries in recreational accidents involving boats, snowmobiles, ATVs and other sports.
Not every personal injury lawyer handles recreational accident cases. At the Twin Cities law office of Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., we devote a significant portion of our practice to this rather complex area of the law. Our experienced personal injury attorneys act quickly and decisively to secure much needed compensation for clients. Contact us for a free initial consultation. Call (651) ANY.TIME (651) 269.8463.
Sport & Recreational Injuries – Complex Negligence Cases Requiring Experience
Many people who have been hurt in a sporting or recreational accident think there is no way they can obtain financial recovery for their injuries. This is because there is “no insurance” to cover a hunting accident or being struck by a snowmobile. However, this may not necessarily be true.
Before you decide that you have no legal options, speak with one of our experienced attorneys during a free initial consultation. We can advise you of all potential avenues of compensation.
We have successfully achieved compensation for injured skiers, injured snowmobilers, injured boaters and people hurt in gun accidents.
Trust Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P. to secure the compensation to which you are entitled following a sports-related injury or wrongful death. Contact our Twin Cities law office to schedule a free initial consultation. We are available by phone or email 24/7 and respond to messages within 24 hours. Call (651) ANY.TIME (651) 269.8463.
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100 S. 5th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Main Phone: 651-ANY-TIME
Hmong Line: 612-499-6892
Toll Free: 877-791-7790
Office fax: 612-379-0480