Assisting Yamaha Rhino ATV Accident Victims
Have you been injured by a Yamaha Rhino ATV?
The law firm of Magaña, Cathcart & McCarthy represents persons across the United States who have been seriously injured in a Yamaha Rhino ATV rollover accident. We also represent parents whose children have died in accidents involving ATVs. We currently represent clients in injury lawsuits against Yamaha and are investigating further cases involving Rhino ATV rollovers. We assert that the Yamaha Rhino has inherent design defects which make it prone to rollover even in low speed turns on flat terrain. Our investigation and experts have cited the Rhino’s high center of gravity, narrow wheel base and track-width, small tires and top-heaviness as factors in the Rhino’s instability.
Drivers and passengers have been seriously injured in rollover accidents involving the Yamaha Rhino. The most common injuries have involved broken or crushed ankles, legs and feet, as well as injuries to arms and hands. Some injuries have been so severe that amputation was required. Most injuries have been sustained when a limb was trapped beneath the ATV as it rolled over. Injuries to children have been even more severe; children have been thrown from the Rhino and have been fatally crushed by the ATV as it rolled over. Other children have sustained serious brain trauma or head injuries after being thrown from the Rhino.
If you or a loved one have been seriously injured or killed in an accident involving a Yamaha Rhino ATV rollover, you are faced with the difficult decision of whom to trust. For over sixty years, the attorneys at the law firm of Magaña, Cathcart & McCarthy have been advocating the rights of victims and have developed an international reputation for achieving results for our clients.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident involving a Yamaha Rhino ATV, click here to contact our firm, or call 1-888-707-3053 to speak with an attorney experienced in handling ATV rollover cases. Initial inquiries and consultations are offered without charge or obligation.