The Yamaha Rhino All Terrain Vehicle appears to be a great ATV for anyone to use. It has two seats, a 400-pound capacity bed, and a rollover cage. However, the Rhino has been involved in crash after crash, and accident after accident. It is prone to either tip over or rollover completely, even on flat surfaces and at low speeds. This is partially due to flaws in the design of the ATV, such as the ATV's high center of gravity. Have you been dealing with injuries due to a Yamaha Rhino or other kind of ATV? If so, talk to a lawyer today!
Because of the Yamaha Rhino tip over possibilities, as well as the many rollover cases, the company itself has recognized in a letter that there are problems with this ATV. They have also agreed to install doors and extra passenger handholds on all of the Rhinos that were manufactured in the last four years.
However, many people don't get their ATVs fixed in this manner, and many don't recognize the danger posed to them by this product. Therefore, there have been several lawsuits dealing with injuries or deaths that were caused by the Yamaha Rhino. According to several government safety statistics Yamaha Rhinos are much more dangerous than other brands of ATVs, especially in a rollover or other crash situation.
Here are some examples of recent Yamaha Rhino injuries, deaths, and lawsuits:
If you have been injured in an ATV accident, or have had a family member with injuries due to the Rhino, contact a lawyer from Anapol Schwartz. You should do this as soon as possible, because this is a dangerous product from a company that has not bothered to issue a recall for it. Protect yourself and your family, and contact a lawyer today. Injuries and deaths resulting from the Yamaha Rhino should be the responsibility of the Yamaha company. A lawyer from Anapol Schwartz can help you make sure this is the case for you and your family.