Child Injured On ATV – MN Lawyer Injury Compensation


Many people have an ATV or 4-Wheeler at their cabin or home in Minnesota. Those types of vehicles are natural magnets to attract children. Most every child loves the thrill of driving a 4-Wheeler or ATV when they can steer and control the speed.  However, while driving these vehicles are great fun for the kids, and we all want them to have fun, it is also important for their parents or caregivers to make sure they do so safely.

Child ATV Accident Injury Insurance
Child ATV Accident Injury Insurance

Of course, it is really not possible to come up with a bright-line age recommendation. There may be 10 year-olds that can be trusted to drive a 4 wheeler safely, and 15 year olds who are definitely not ready.  Therefore, parents have to assess their own child’s ability.  Start by riding the ATV with them. Teach your child how to drive safely, Have boundaries and rules, and watch them. Then, make sure the child demonstrates responsible driving for a period of time before being allowed to drive longer or further on their own.


Our lawyers have represented a number of children and their families after an ATV or 4 Wheeler injury in Minnesota.  Sometimes it is a child passenger on the vehicle being driving by a child friend who loses control and causes an accident.  Sometimes it is a child who runs into someone while driving the 4 Wheeler or ATV.

And our attorneys have also had cases where a child was visiting a friend and was allowed to drive the ATV by the friend’s parents. If your child is visiting a friend’s cabin, it is up to the friend’s parents to make sure your child can drive the ATV safely, or not let them drive. Whatever the situation, if your child was injured in an ATV or 4 Wheeler accident in Minnesota, call us for a free consultation with an experienced injury lawyer.  We will answer your questions about medical bills, insurance issues, future care, pain and suffering and more. Our lawyers have represented people injured in accidents for over 25 years.