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Ellie’s Mission page is published to make the public more aware of the dangers of Yamaha Rhinos. Ellie was a young child who died as a result of riding in a Yamaha Rhino. She was riding with a young adult with her seat belt on. As the driver was going at a normal speed on a flat filed, the Yamaha Rhino tipped over crushing Ellie. Although she was rushed to the hospital, Ellie died as a result of the tragedy.

According toEllie’s Mission page, Rhino drivers and Rhino riders have suffered serious injuries and in some instances, death, when their Yamaha Rhinos rolled over. These incidents have occurred all over the country.

Here is a list of Yamaha Rhino concerns:

  • Too narrow of a wheel base
  • Foot well not deep enough
  • No padding on roll bar
  • Doors too short
  • Too high of center gravity

The Yamaha Rhino has been reported to roll over without warning at slow speeds.

Please see our past post Yamaha Rhino 660 ATV Causes Serious Risk of Injury and Death for Riders for more information discussing the dangers of the Yamaha Rhino.

The Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation of America, the manufacturer of the Yamaha Rhino 660 is located in Newnan, Georgia. The law firm of Childers, Buck & Schlueter, LLP has now filed dozens of Yamaha Rhino 660 lawsuits in the State Court of Gwinnett County in Georgia on behalf of those in Georgia and many other states who have sustained serious or fatal injuries from their use of the Yamaha Rhino 660. Please see our recent post Yamaha Rhino 660 Lawsuits Filed in Georgia to Protect Consumers Rights for more information.

If you or a loved one have questions about the Yamaha Rhino 660 or other similar ATV give our Yamaha Rhino Lawyers a call to find out more about your rights and situation. You can also submit a confidential email inquiry though our Ask An Attorney feature.

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