It is our intention to help to preserve the legal rights of amusement park injury victims by educating our readers as to what their rights may actually be; what laws may apply; how frequent similar accidents occur; who may be legally at fault; time limits (statute of limitations) for taking action; and so on. It is our hope that by doing so, amusement park injury victim/survivors will gain a better understanding of their own legal rights and more wrongdoers will be held accountable.
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3 People Injured In Ferris Wheel Fall in Port Townsend A 59-year-old woman was airlifted with severe injuries including fractures and head trauma. A 7-year-old boy and a 47-year-old woman were also injured.
Spinal Cord Injuries: The Dangers of Trampoline Parks in Washington State Summer vacation means kids are out of school for a few months, which means they are more active and more at risk of spinal cord injuries and other ailments. Naturally, the downtime leads parents to hunt for activities and camps to keep their kids busy.
Child Injuries: Inflatable Bouncers Present Big Risk for Parents We have discussed a lot of dangerous trends and products that contribute to child injuries recently, especially with the recent attention being paid to trampoline parks and child floor seats. Sadly, another consumer product – inflatable bouncers, also known as bounce houses, space walks and bouncy castles – have come under the spotlight as contributing to a number of injuries to kids.
Amusement Park Accidents: Tragic Injuries from Thrill Rides Who is responsible for regulating and inspecting amusement park rides? There have been a number of tragic accidents at amusement parks over the last decade or so