Indiana Recreational Accident Lawyers

As the popularity of recreational and sports activities grows, so has the frequency of recreational accidents. A recreational accident does more than ruin a day of fun – it can have a devastating, even life-changing impact on you and your loved ones. That’s where Team Green can help. We have the knowledge and experience to navigate the complexities of a recreational accident claim, guiding you to a fair compensation.

About recreational accident claims

Recreational accidents can occur almost anywhere, for any number of reasons. Faulty equipment, improper supervision or ignored safety standards are often to blame. Low maintenance standards for playgrounds, golf courses, athletic facilities, skating rinks and fitness centers are also a major cause. The individuals or companies that provide recreational and sports activities must take reasonable care of their patrons – they can be held legally responsible for injuries caused by negligence. 

Recreational accident claims can include:

ATV & UTV accidents

Boating accidents

Diving accidents

Flying accidents

Golf cart accidents

Hunting accidents

Jet ski accidents

Recreational shooting accidents

Skiing/Snowboarding accidents

Snowmobile accidents

Swimming accidents (pool, lake)

Trampoline accidents

If you’ve been injured in a recreational accident, Team Green has the experience to help you navigate the legal system, and the proven track record to help you get a fair compensation. We’ll stand for you and focus on your case, working with you so you can focus on healing and restoring your way of life.

Team Green is a different kind of law firm. We’re not going to make you promises we can’t deliver on. This is our promise to you: ​​we will guide you through the legal process, working with you through straight talk and personal attention, and we’ll work for you with smart, aggressive representation to get the settlement or judgment you deserve. Other lawyers show their case results on their websites, but not only does that imply results they can’t guarantee — it’s against the Indiana Rules of Professional Conduct (Rule 7.1 [2] (2)).  But you should know that the results of one successful case does not tell us what will happen with you. We will work with you to set realistic expectations of the timeline and money that could be recovered for your unique case.