Snowmobile Accident Injured Sue Driver MN Lawyers


A snowmobile driver who crashed into a family while they were setting up their fish house was recently sentenced. The snowmobile driver was drunk and lost control of the snowmobile, killing an 8 year-old boy.  The driver of the snowmobile was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in prison for causing this tragic accident.

Riding a snowmobile can be great fun and lends itself to a “party” feeling. But drunk driving a snowmobile is a terrible idea that just invites tragedy.  A snowmobile is heavy and can move fast. Meanwhile, the people on and around the snowmobile often have little protection – so an accident can lead to serious injury. No one should think it is OK to drive a snowmobile intoxicated. MN offers good safety training through the state and other organizations. We encourage everyone to learn snowmobile safety before driving.

Snowmobile Accident Injury Attorneys
Snowmobile Accident Injury Attorneys


The DNR investigates snowmobile accident injury cases, and they prosecute where appropriate.  However, they will not sue the snowmobile driver who caused the crash. For that, you need to hire a lawyer. There will be medical bills, lost time from work, and more.  Our snowmobile accident attorneys make sure you get the benefits you are entitled to.

Our lawyers have over 25 years’ experience representing people injured in accidents throughout Minnesota.  If you are injured in a snowmobile accident in MN, call us and speak with an attorney for a free consultation.  A passenger on a snowmobile, injured because of the driver’s fault, may have a claim against the driver’s insurance.  You can have an insurance claim even if you are related to the driver.  When you call our office, a lawyer will explain the insurance issues to you. And of course, if you are injured because another snowmobile driver was driving intoxicated and hit you, call us so that we can discuss the case and possibly sue the drunk driver.

Our lawyers have also had several cases where a snowmobile was hit by a car. In those cases, you are entitled to No-Fault coverage, plus you may have a claim against the insurance for the car.