Most people love to get outside and play. Unfortunately, just like driving a car, outdoor activities carry a certain amount of risk. That said, it may be another person’s negligence while running, walking, biking, boating or skiing that causes an injury. If that happens, you may need an attorney to help you recover fair compensation. You may be entitled to money damages for pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.
Attorney Craig Z. Small has practiced personal injury law since 1994, and his record is consistently successful. At the Small Law Firm, we provide personal, attentive service to clients who have suffered recreational sports injuries. Attorney Craig Small works one-on-one with injury victims, developing a relationship based on mutual respect and trust. Call now for more details.
As an active participant in athletics and outdoor activities, Craig Small is the perfect advocate for your case. He represents clients who have been injured in a variety of recreational accidents:
Although skiers may assume certain risks associated with skiing, a ski resort or fellow skier may still be responsible for an injury. A resort may be responsible if it has unreasonably enhanced a particular risk, acted recklessly, or created an unknown or unexpected danger.
A fellow skier may be liable for skiing negligently or out of control. Of course, such collisions or ski accidents can result in serious injuries including fractures, head and neck injuries, and occasionally death. Our firm is here to help, should the need arise.
The Small Law Firm represents both skiers and snowboarders who have been injured in accidents, lift accidents, and other accidents on the slopes.