Florida Amusement Park Accident Attorney
If you’ve been injured in a theme park, call this Florida Amusement Park Accident Lawyer today. While they can be fun places, amusement parks can also be highly dangerous. Accidents happen there every day. If you’ve been hurt as a result of such an accident, you may be able to pursue a personal injury case.
Amusement park accidents occur due to many different reasons. For example, rides may break. When this occurs, you may be able to pursue a personal injury case against the manufacturer of the ride. After all, the manufacturer is responsible for creating a ride that will be safe for users. If it doesn’t do so, then the manufacturer will be liable.
If your injury was caused by a defective ride, Mr. Quackenbush will likely hire an amusement park expert. This expert will examine the ride and determine if it was up-to-code, unreasonably dangerous, etc.
Contact Mr. Quackenbush if you’ve been injured in a theme park anyplace in Florida (including West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Miami-Dade County and Miami). This Florida Amusement Park Accident Law Firm can help you in your time of need. Call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 for a free consultation.This Florida Amusement Park Accident Lawyer can Help to Get You the Compensation You Deserve
In addition, if you’ve been hurt due to a defective ride at an amusement park, you may also have a personal injury case against the amusement park itself. This is because amusement parks have a “non-delegable duty” to keep their properties safe. This means that they can’t delegate or contract away their responsibility to keep their properties safe. They can hire outside contractors to keep their properties clean and safe, but, if those contractors don’t do their jobs, the amusement parks themselves will still be responsible.
In the context of a defective ride, this means that the amusement park (along with the ride manufacturer) will be responsible for any injuries caused.
Amusement park accidents also occur because of improper supervision of rides. For example, amusement park employees are supposed to properly monitor rides and make sure they are being used correctly. If an employee allows multiple guests on a ride at the same time, for example, and this results in injury, then the amusement park will be responsible.Counsel for Clients of this Fort Lauderdale Theme Park Accident Law Firm
Additionally, there are weight and height restrictions for many rides. If an employee allows a guest to ride when the guest really shouldn’t be allowed, then the employee will be responsible for any injuries caused.
Amusement park accidents can occur on all sorts of rides. These include roller coasters, ferris wheels, merry go rounds, water slides, etc.
Amusement parks in Florida include Walt Disney World, Universal, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Legoland, Wet ‘n Wild, and Six Flags.Reach this South Florida Amusement Park Attorney/Lawyer at 954-448-7288
If you’ve been hurt at an amusement park anyplace in Florida (including Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami), contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 to discuss your case for free.