Recreational Accidents

Cleveland Recreational Accidents Attorneys

A child breaks an arm on the neighbor’s trampoline; a teenager suffers a head injury in an ATV crash; a family is involved in a boating accident while on vacation; a toddler drowns in the community pool.

Recreational accidents that occur at home, on vacation, or within the community are overwhelming on the entire family. The injury lawyers at Jeffries, Kube, Forrest & Monteleone Co. L.P.A., are here to help. Contact our personal injury and wrongful death lawyers for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Pursuing Compensation for Accident Injuries

Seeking compensation after a recreational accident injury may seem confusing, especially when focusing your attention or recovering from an injury or moving forward after the sudden death of a loved one. We take on the burdens of a personal injury or wrongful death claim so that you can focus on the important things within your family.

Proper helmet safety when rollerblading or biking has limited many children’s injuries to broken bones or fractures. However, we are experienced handling all forms of recreational accident injuries, ranging from paralysis and head trauma to fractures or injuries to children. We handle injuries from all forms of recreational accidents, such as:

  • Swimming pool accidental drownings
  • Off-roading accidents and four wheeler crashes
  • Trampoline accidents
  • Inflatable jumping toy accidents
  • Jet-Ski accidents, skiing accidents, and boat accidents
  • Personal watercraft accidents
  • Dirt bike accidents and motorcycle accidents
  • Snowmobiling accidents
  • Other recreational accidents

Liability issues can range from lack of an on-duty lifeguard at a community pool to straightforward premises liability under one’s homeowner’s policy. We assess your individual circumstances and prepare a case based on the individual facts of your situation. Let our decades of experience work for you.

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