Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley

Public vs. Private Land Hunting Accidents

Clarksburg provides ample opportunities for hunting enthusiasts, and also has laws that allow injured parties to hold landowners liable in some cases. But the laws may differ for private land hunting accidents and those on public land.

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Talk to an attorney about your accident. Discuss where it occurred, what contributed to it, and whether you paid to access the hunting grounds. Depending on the circumstances, you might be able to hold a landowner liable for your injuries. This may allow you to recover damages like medical bills, lost earnings, pain and suffering, and more.

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