A day at the amusement park is a day that should be a lot of fun. It isn’t a day that should involve a trip to the hospital because of an accident on a roller coaster. Sadly, there are a lot of injuries that can occur when a roller coaster malfunctions. In some cases, there are injuries possible even when the equipment is operating as expected.
The most common injuries that occur at amusement parks are back, neck and head injuries. We understand that these injuries can be very serious. If you have suffered any injury at an amusement park, we can investigate your case to determine what your options are for seeking compensation.
Your case for compensation depends on a variety of factors. If a hazardous condition at the amusement park led to your injuries, the park might be held liable. If you were injured on a roller coaster that had defective parts or a defective design, the roller coaster manufacturer might be the party to hold liable for your injuries. We can help you to determine which parties should be named as the defendants in your case.
In some instances, injuries can be caused by marketing defects. That would occur if you suffered an injury on a ride that operated properly but that didn’t include warnings about risks associated with height, weight or medical conditions.
We understand that thinking about all of these factors might be overwhelming, especially if you are trying to recover from a serious injury. We can help you to understand all your options. We can stand by your side to fight for your rights.