We'll help you get justice for your theme park accident injuries. Get the damages you're owed and get your life back on track.
Very few things can ruin your vacation more than getting injured in the theme park. You filled out an injury report and have no clue what you should do next. The answer is simple. You need to contact an attorney. Most major theme parks can afford to spend millions of dollars on defense attorneys that specialize in protecting them against claims filed by customers that are hurt on their properties.
What we have discovered is when you go against these huge corporations whether it be Universal Studios, Walt Disney World, Sea World, Busch Gardens or other large attractions, you need to be prepared to take them to trial. Understanding the rules and policies that exist, in these parks, are key to representing a client when filing a claim.
The first thing you need to do is contact a law firm who is willing to take on these huge corporations and be willing to stand by you when things get tough.
Millions of people visit theme parks in Florida every year, and families from all across America and around the globe spend their vacation enjoying the activities at these iconic establishments. That's no surprise because these parks attract visitors with the promise of a magical experience that is filled with thrilling roller coasters, immense water slides and dozens of designer rides for the whole family. For most, the vacation ends with happy children and memories that last a lifetime, but others aren't as lucky. Thousands of visitors are injured each year, and it's a tragic fact that fatalities occur as well.
It's a common belief that a nationally recognized park always provides a safe experience for visitors. That's usually true, but sometimes those safety measures fail. Accidents can happen anywhere, and you could suffer an injury at any of these popular attractions.
When an injury occurs at an amusement or water park, it's usually the result of a negligence issue. These are the most common causes of accidents at parks.
A theme park can be held as responsible as any establishment like a restaurant, a building or any other private establishment. It does help when your attorney has experience handling these types of case like with Disney, Universal, etc…
They can absolutely be held responsible if they failed in a responsibility to reasonably keep a person safe and failed in that duty.
Yes, they do and we have settled many cases with them.
You should make sure pictures are taken and report it them at the time. Then you should contact an attorney and make sure you get the proper medical attention if needed immediately.
When you or someone you love has been injured at a amusement park, you should contact us here at Kaufman and Lynd right away. We're here to help your family through this difficult time, and we'll do everything possible to prove your case and get you the compensation that you deserve.
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