Injured On The Green

How Golf Course Injuries Happen

A golf course accident resulting in injury can involve one or more of the following:

  • A golf cart crash
  • A slip-and-fall injury
  • A fall injury from a golf cart in motion
  • Being struck by a golf club or golf ball

On a nice day, a golf course can be a busy, active place full of people milling around, as is the case with an amusement park or a lake full of boats and Jet Skis. Golfers, golf cart operators and spectators interacting with equipment — often under the influence of alcohol — sometimes get involved in incidents that end up injuring someone. Trees and other features of the golf course landscape sometimes contribute to circumstances that result in accidental injuries such as:

  • Blunt force injury
  • Head injury
  • Broken bone(s)
  • Back or neck injury

We Examine The Facts

If Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo represents you after you have been injured in a Pennsylvania golf course accident, we will look for evidence of negligence on the part of:

  • A fellow golfer
  • An employee of the golf club
  • A manufacturer of equipment
  • A third party such as a maintenance service company

Were sprinkler heads defective or misused? Did you fall into a hole while golfing? Did you trip and fall on debris or equipment on the ground? We can investigate and determine what might be relevant sources of compensation for your injuries. It might be your own homeowners insurance that applies. In any case, you are likely to need legal representation to uncover and tap into all available compensation.

Contact Our Lawyers After A Golf Cart Accident

Contact a golf course accident attorney in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, by email or telephone at 610-295-5321 local or 888-854-6895 toll free for a prompt response.