Were You Hurt While Riding In A Golf Cart?
Many seniors make Florida their top choice for retirement in part based on the fact that communities such as The Villages exist and do so much to make life ideal for seniors. One of the aspects that is attractive to many seniors is the ability to use golf carts as a means of transportation around The Villages. There are roadways in The Villages that are dedicated to golf cart usage, and there are roads that allow both cars and golf carts.
While people may not think of them as dangerous, golf carts can injure or even kill a person in an accident. When people are injured in accidents involving golf carts, it needs to be treated as seriously as a car accident. Having a skilled attorney by your side can help ensure that your rights are protected and that you are able to most effectively pursue the compensation you deserve.
Decades Of Experience, AV* Preeminent-Rated By Martindale-Hubbell
At The Briggs Law Firm, we understand the issues that are associated with golf cart accidents, such as:
- Is the golf cart owner adequately insured?
- Was the golf cart licensed for the road or only for use inside The Villages?
The injuries that can be caused in golf cart accidents are serious, and we treat them that way. Our firm’s motto is traditional help for truly injured. We bring the same skills and experience that we have been using to help the victims of car and trucking accidents to the aid of golf cart accident victims.
Attorney Randy R. Briggs is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum as well as being a fifth-generation Ocala native. Randy’s commitment to our community was part of the motivation for founding The Briggs Law Firm in Ocala.
Contact The Marion County Golf Cart Crash Attorneys Of The Briggs Law Firm
When you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a golf cart accident, you need to know that your rights are being protected. Turn to the Ocala golf cart accident attorneys of The Briggs Law Firm for representation you can depend on. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 352-671-4600 or contact us online.
We take cases on a contingent-fee basis, meaning we only collect attorneys’ fees if we secure compensation for you.