Amusement Park Accidents: Know Your Rights
Amusement parks offer visitors a variety of fun and exciting entertainment options. The fun can quickly become dangerous, however, if proper precautions are not taken to ensure visitors’ safety. Defective equipment, employee negligence and countless other issues can put everyone at the park at risk of serious or even fatal injuries.
Get The Legal Representation You Deserve
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an accident at an amusement park, water park, paintball field, laser tag area or recreational facility, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified personal injury attorney as soon as possible. The park’s insurance company will send a team of lawyers whose only mission is to defeat your claim. Be sure that you have strong legal representation to match them.
The personal injury attorneys at Arye, Lustig & Sassower, P.C., offer clients more than 50 years of experience representing accident victims. We know that pursuing legal action against a large company can be intimidating.
We have no fear about taking on big businesses that put the lives of innocent people at risk. You can rely on us to be there with you at every step and to see your case through to its conclusion.
We are prepared to represent you in any type of claim against an amusement park or recreational facility, including injuries arising from the following causes:
- Defective equipment, including derailments and defective lap bars
- Negligent maintenance of rides
- Ride operator error
- Negligent security
- Failure to post adequate warnings
- Laser tag, zipline or paintball hazards
- Improper supervision or lifeguarding at a water park
We Are Here To Help, Contact Our Firm Today.
Call our Manhattan offices locally at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-REGULAR-NUMBER-1″], call us toll free at 800-574-4LAW or complete our online contact form to schedule an appointment regarding your amusement park injury claim. Your initial consultation is free, and our attorneys take all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means you will owe no legal fees unless we obtain compensation for you.