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Toledo area ATV riders suffer personal injury after ATV accident

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While some ATV accidents are due to negligent operation, often times ATV accidents occur when the all-terrain vehicle rolls over, especially when the driver is too young to be riding. Some ATV models, including the Yamaha Rhino, are prone to rolling over, due to their narrow wheelbase and high center of gravity. The Arctic Cat ATV was also recently recalled after the speed controller was found to be defective, causing the rider to lose control of the ATV.

Two Henry County teens suffered personal injury after an ATV accident Saturday when two ATVs collided, according to the Toledo Blade. One ATV driver and his passenger had to be life-flighted to Henry County Hospital.

An Upper Sandusky man was also hospitalized after an ATV accident on the same day, the Toledo Blade reported.

Our Toledo, Ohio ATV accident attorneys have handled numerous ATV accident cases, and we have seen the devastation that personal injury from ATV accidents can cause. ATV accidents can cause severe head injuries, broken bones, and in some cases the need for limb amputation.

If you or someone you love has been injured in an ATV accident, we urge you to contact our ATV accident attorneys 24 hours a day, seven days a week to set up a free consultation today.