Vermont Personal Injury Law Firm, Brady Callahan, Releases New Ski and Snowboard Injury FAQs

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Springfield Attorney, Brendan Donahue, helps answer frequent questions regarding injury on the slopes.

Ski and Snowboarding Personal Injury FAQs

"While many people may be hesitant to call an attorney because of cost and financial concerns, it's important to keep in mind that with ski and snowboard accidents, Brady/Callahan offers a free initial consultation."

The Vermont law firm of Brady / Callahan has released a new set of Winter Sports Accident FAQs on its website bradycallahan.com, specific to winter sports injuries, including skiing and snowboarding. Designed in a 'frequently asked questions' format, the FAQs offer help to both clients of the firm and people who may be searching for answers to issues related to accidents on the slopes. Readers can learn what to do following a ski or snowboard related accident, whether ski laws are the same across the U.S., and how these accidents differ from other personal injury accidents. The FAQs cover instances in which injured parties may be able to get compensation and discusses how injured parties may still be entitled to compensation even if a waiver has been signed.

A wide range of topics are covered, including timing and reporting of an accident or injury, which the Springfield-based law firm points out must conform to specific laws that vary from state to state. The state of Vermont, for example, has fairly short time limits in which claims must be made, making timely contact with a personal injury lawyer more important after any skiing or snowboard-related accident occurs.

As Personal Injury Attorney, Brendan Donahue, notes, "While many people may be hesitant to call an attorney because of cost and financial concerns, it's important to keep in mind that with ski and snowboard accidents, Brady / Callahan offers a free initial consultation and that our work is on a contingency basis, which means that our clients don’t pay anything until we win their cases. So with any potential claim from injury on the ski slopes, people should reach out to us early to investigate and discuss their options.”

The full list of FAQs is available on Brady / Callahan’s website at http://www.bradycallahan.com/skiing-snowboarding-accident-faqs/. Brady / Callahan plans to continue adding to the current Personal Injury FAQs with additional content in the near future.

Brady / Callahan, located in Springfield, VT, provides local Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation representation along with specialized expertise in Municipal law services. In 2014, the firm was voted the "Best of the Best winner for Legal Services," by the Vermont-based Valley Business Journal. Managing partners, John E. Brady, J. Christopher Callahan and Brendan P. Donahue bring decades of legal experience to represent individuals, business and organizations in a variety of Vermont and New Hampshire courts. Visit bradycallahan.com for more information.

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