The fun adventures that come with riding ATVs can also carry some significant risks for riders, especially those who are younger, less experienced and/or not wearing safety gear. In fact, annually, nearly 700 people are killed in ATV accidents – and about 20 percent of these victims are riders under the age of 16.

Highlighting more about the nature, prevalence and causes of fatal ATV accidents, the infographic below features some of the most recent statistics and discoveries about these types of motor vehicle accidents.

We invite you to share this infographic in social media. And we urge you to contact us if you or someone you love has been hurt in a motor vehicle crash. Our lawyers can help you identify your options for financial recovery after any type of auto wreck – and they can help you protect your rights and interests as you move forward to secure the compensation to which you are entitled.

Fatal ATV Accidents: A Look at the Causes, Incidence & Outcomes [Infographic]

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