Three men were seriously injured in an ATV accident in Georgia. The accident happened on Saturday night in Forsyth County when 39-year-old Matthew Holbrook was operating an all-terrain vehicle, ATV, along Big Creek Greenway. The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department responded to the accident around midnight and discovered three men seriously injured on the ground. Their investigation determined that Holbrook was speeding and operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol when he failed to negotiate a curve in the road. The ATV crashed through a wooden guardrail on a bridge, crashing to the ground. The Sheriff’s Department is continuing the investigation and did not release if any charges will be filed.
ATVs are commonly used for recreational purposes, although many farmers and other occupations use them for various tasks. Unfortunately, numerous ATV accidents happen that inflict injuries and death upon individuals every year. Similar to all auto accidents, several factors can cause ATV accidents. However, the most common causes include driving under the influence, inadequate training, and vehicle design flaws. An investigation is the only way to determine who is liable for the accident, and one can be provided by an experienced ATV accident attorney.
The St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth have investigated thousands of accidents to properly determine who is responsible. After determining liability, our attorneys use their 95 years of experience to plan and execute a plan that will recover the maximum compensation for your damages. If you have been injured in an ATV accident, contact our office today to speak with an experienced attorney.