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When recreational fun results in an injury, a personal injury lawyer can help.

Too often, fun can turn to tragedy resulting in serious injury or loss of life. Owners of recreational facilities, manufacturers of equipment, team members or enthusiasts may be liable for injuries you suffer if they failed to meet reasonable standards in the design, operation, maintenance or supervision of the activity.

The legal team at Legate & Associates is well versed in the laws relating to recreational and sporting injuries. If you or your loved one suffers from a serious injury from participating in one the following activities, contact us to find out if we can help.

  • Biking
  • Off-roading
  • Boating
  • Swimming
  • Horseback riding
  • Skiing / snowboarding
  • Tobogganing
  • Skating / rollerblading
  • Snowmobiling

To take your first step, contact us to book a free first consultation to discuss your case. For common questions regarding injuries caused by recreational activities, go to our FAQ section.

 

Testimonial

Barb Legate and Staff,

We write this letter to you and your staff to try in some small way to show our gratitude for all the hard work put forth.

Compensation is never a substitute for any tragic event. We will always live with the regret that we could have, somehow, changed that part in our lives.

Never seeking revenge, only fairness, you have pointed the way for all sides to come together with dignity, so that all parties could agree to do what needed to be done. In part, giving us the right tools to continue our lives, and try to place this tragic part behind us.

Largely for the help with our son J.R., in the support he so desperately needed. So now we can be confident that we will see him through to his full potential. No greater gift to a parent is to see their child grow with happiness and success.

There are no words within the poverty of the English language which can properly express the gratitude we feel. So with no other words, we will just say, thank you.

Sincerely,
P.R. & L.R.