Yamaha Rhino 660 Alert

Posted On March 30th, 2009 By CSSFIRM.COM

The Yamaha Rhino 660, manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Corporation, has been linked to hundreds of serious injuries, amputations and deaths since its introduction in 2003. With reported design defects that cause the popular ATV to unnecessarily rollover without warning, the Yamaha Rhino 660 puts consumers and unwary passengers at risk for sustaining broken arms, legs, ankles and feet among many other reported injuries. Since its introduction to US markets numerous concerns have been raised about the safety of Rhino 660, but little has been done to adequately protect its consumers and riders.

With an ATV as dangerous as the Rhino 660, better warnings and adequate safety measures are needed to ensure that future passengers and riders are aware of its dangers and susceptibility to rollovers. To date, little has been done to reduce and ultimately prevent such injuries even though the knowledge of such dangers have reportedly been apparent to its manufacturer for years now.

We at Childers, Schlueter & Smith, LLC are actively investigating and litigating claims on behalf of consumers who have been seriously injured and adversely affected by the Yamaha Rhino 660 ATV. If you or a family member have sustained injuries while operating or riding the Yamaha Rhino 660, give one of our experienced attorneys a call now as we may be able to help protect your rights and get you the justice you deserve. Click here to send us a free inquiry.

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