Hire a Yamaha Rhino Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one has been injured in a Yamaha Rhino rollover accident, you may be facing difficult times ahead. There will be medical bills to pay at a time when you'll likely miss work and lose income. You need to hire an experienced personal injury attorney.

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You're not alone. Hundreds of people have been injured in Rhino rollovers since they were released on the market in 2003. According to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission, nearly 60 people have been killed, some in rollovers at relatively low speeds on level ground.

Hundreds of Suits Filed

About 500 personal injury lawsuits have been filed against Yamaha by injury victims or the survivors of those killed in Rhino accidents.

If you've decided to hold Yamaha liable for your injuries and the resulting medical bills, loss of income, and pain and suffering, you can be sure that they will be ready to defend their corporate profits with the services of a well-paid attorney. That's why you need an attorney on your side who is familiar with all the facts about the Rhino and its design.

Design Defects Alleged

Critics of the Rhino say it has had serious design defects from the beginning. They say it's too tall and too narrow, making it top-heavy and unstable. After six years in production, Yamaha earlier this year began offering Rhino owners free modifications to widen the rear wheelbase and remove a part the designers originally thought would enhance stability. The company did feel the situation was serious enough to require a total recall.

There's a lot more to the troubled history of the Yamaha Rhino, and your experienced defective products attorney will be able to get the facts and prepare the best possible case on your behalf. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to make the call today.

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