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Recreational Accidents

Unfortunately many Texans are injured and killed in recreational type accidents. Nearly all of these accidents are preventable.  Frequently these events involve activities that are unfamiliar to the participant and there is little if any training or instruction given prior to embarking on the activity.  In many situations, the participants are unaware of the risks and hazards with the activity.  It is not unusual to find a history of similar injury causing events in investigation of a recreational accident. 

Recreational accidents can involve claims against the sponsor or promoter of the activity, the premises owner or may involve the equipment involved in the accident.  Recreational claims may involve water related activity, hunting accidents and motor vehicle claims.  Many Texans are injured on vacations and outings when they are not familiar with the activity and they are unaware of the risks.  Some claims involve defective equipment that was provided to the participant that results in an injury.  Even if you sign a release that you have to sign before you participate in the activity, you still may have a valid claim. 

Texas law provides for deadlines to present a claim for personal injury arising out of a recreational accident.  If you miss the deadline for presenting your personal injury claim, you may not be allowed to recover damages for your injury.  Our office will evaluate the deadlines applicable to your personal injury claim arising out of recreational activities. 

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