Golf Cart Injuries

 

If you live in The Villages, you are bound to see one or two golf carts a day. Did you know there were more than 50,000? These little vehicles are very handy when it comes to transportation. However, they are a little on the dangerous side! What do you do if you were to get injured while riding in these seatbeltless carts? Here at Pam Olsen Personal Injury, our team of professionals are here to make sure you have all the information you need to know!

Look At The Statistics!

Approximately 17,000 golf cart crashes and accidents requiring a hospital visit occur annually nationwide, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The Villages Department of Safety reported responding to at least 86 accidents involving golf carts in 2018.

Sixty-three of those involved injuries. The department did not provide how many of those involved fatalities.

Golf cart injuries can range from foot and leg injuries to head and neck injuries. Other injuries include bruises, strained neck or back, cuts, whiplash, broken bones, and other crush injuries. Studies have shown that as golf carts are increasingly being taken to the road, more accidents and thus injuries are occurring.

So What Do You Do After You Get Injured?

To be safe and save you time and money, see a personal injury law professional today! Regardless of who could be at fault, Pam Olsen can evaluate the details of your case and determine if we can help you fight for compensation for medical bills, property damage, and much more.

Contact Us Today!

Stay on top of your injuries when it comes to a golf cart accident and gets the money you deserve! Pamela Olsen, Attorney, and Counselor at Law, P.A., is an experienced attorney who strives to help clients with their legal issues. She has a winning history in the accident and wrongful death cases in Ocala, Florida. Call today for more information!

If you live in The Villages, you are bound to see one or two golf carts a day. Did you know there were more than 50,000? These little vehicles are very handy when it comes to transportation. However, they are a little on the dangerous side! What do you do if you were to get injured while riding in these seatbeltless carts? Here at Pam Olsen Personal Injury, our team of professionals are here to make sure you have all the information you need to know!

Look At The Statistics!

Approximately 17,000 golf cart crashes and accidents requiring a hospital visit occur annually nationwide, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The Villages Department of Safety reported responding to at least 86 accidents involving golf carts in 2018.

Sixty-three of those involved injuries. The department did not provide how many of those involved fatalities.

Golf cart injuries can range from foot and leg injuries to head and neck injuries. Other injuries include bruises, strained neck or back, cuts, whiplash, broken bones, and other crush injuries. Studies have shown that as golf carts are increasingly being taken to the road, more accidents and thus injuries are occurring.

So What Do You Do After You Get Injured?

To be safe and save you time and money, see a personal injury law professional today! Regardless of who could be at fault, Pam Olsen can evaluate the details of your case and determine if we can help you fight for compensation for medical bills, property damage, and much more.

Contact Us Today!

Stay on top of your injuries when it comes to a golf cart accident and gets the money you deserve! Pamela Olsen, Attorney, and Counselor at Law, P.A., is an experienced attorney who strives to help clients with their legal issues. She has a winning history in the accident and wrongful death cases in Ocala, Florida. Call today for more information!

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Pam Olsen

Ms. Olsen has practiced law since 1992. During her law school education and throughout career she knew, if it is not about people, she is not interested. Everything about people interests Ms. Olsen from the simple details of living to the most profound. She began her law career in a skyscraper in downtown Miami representing corporate interests. Within a VERY short time, Pam knew that side of the things in the world was not for her.

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