Yes. A claim could potentially be pursued against the driver and landowner.
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Yes. Claim against driver, owner of land and possibly the manufacturer of the 4 wheeler if it was defective in any way.Ask a similar question
most definately. ironically, i handled an atv claim in Humphreys county which
as you know is near Memphis, and resolved it for a high six figure settlement.
the main problem may very well be whether or not you knew or should have knew
that he was drinking. also, liability insurance may be a problem. I handle
serious personal injury claims in the state of Tn and adjoining states. i
certainly wouldnt have a problem discussing your options with you. but do not
give a statement to anyone until we have spoken. they are looking for ways not
to pay you all you may be entitled to. we could speak by phone and i will be in
Memphis in trial the middle of next month and can meet in person with you and
your family. My number is 615-859-1996 and my cell number is 615-585-7655. i
am available for you tommorrow and all weekend. i would deeply appreciate the
opportunity to speak with you more. Tim
You should contact a good personal injury attorney in Mississippi as soon as possible so that a proper investigation into the incident can be made and so that you can maximize the protection of your rights and financial situation.
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Yes. You should get a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Depending on where it happened, get a TN, Al, or MS attorney. Good luck.
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My firm handles all personal injury matters through out the state of Mississippi
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