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Have You Been Injured at an Amusement Park? 

Amusement Park

In the event you have been injured at an amusement park, I can represent you before the court. Those who have been injured should receive compensation for their pain and suffering.

Roller coaster accidents, ride defects, or employee negligence are the most common causes of amusement park injuries. In addition, broken or fractured bones are some of the most common injuries.

I can file a personal injury claim against any third party involved in your accident, such as an amusement park, ride operator, property manager, manufacturer, or any other third party that may have caused your accident. 

Additionally, I can assist you in this type of situation by: Taking charge of your medical treatment, Finding liable parties by gathering evidence, and Negotiating with the insurance adjuster and the opposing attorney

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Common Causes & Injuries

Common Causes and Injuries at Amusement Parks

Any type of amusement park, including smaller carnival festivals, can be represented by me. Among the most popular amusement parks in southern California are: Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure, Knott’s Berry Farm, SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Legoland, Raging Waters Six Flags Magic Mountain, and various carnivals and water slides.

Park visitors typically suffer a theme park injury following: roller coaster accidents, amusement park ride malfunctions, drowning, negligent acts of ride operators, and parking lot accidents (including car accidents).

People can suffer various types of injuries at amusement parks including: head and brain injuries, whiplash and other neck injuries, back injuries, broken bones, and lacerations.

Common Defendants

Common Defendants In Amusement Park Accidents

Defendants in amusement park cases can include: the owners of theme parks, operators of rides who are negligent, ride manufacturers and amusement park operators, and companies that manage properties.

The individuals listed above are all responsible for providing a safe environment for all visitors. It is also possible for them to become liable for injuries sustained on their premises if they fail to provide a safe environment. 

An amusement park injury victim can receive compensation for: expenses for medical care, loss of wages, earning capacity lost, damage to property, and suffering and pain.


Tragically, the surviving family members of a deceased person can file a wrongful death lawsuit on their behalf against the wrongdoer. Examples of wrongful death damages include: funeral and burial expenses, the amount of income the deceased would have earned, and compensation for the loss of companionship and support of the deceased.

Amusement Park Accident Attorneys

Attorney's Role

In my role as an attorney who represents an injured victim in an amusement park injury case, my duty is to ensure you receive fair compensation for all damages you have suffered as a result of your injuries. 


Using the key facts of the case, I build your rightful case that the negligent party should pay all your damages. In addition, I can help coordinate your medical treatment and guide you throughout your case.

Amusement Park Employees

Amusement Park Employees

Despite the fact that an employee caused an accident, the company is still liable for it.  According to the "Respondeat Superior" laws, the employer is liable for any accidents caused by the employee. 

Plaintiffs must prove: the plaintiff was injured by the employee's negligence; and the company is responsible for employee injuries since the accident occurred while the employee was performing work-related duties.

When a park fails to adequately train or supervise an employee, the employer may also be held directly liable. When a park fails to adequately train or supervise an employee, the employer may also be held directly liable.

The accident was caused by dangerous conditions at the park. Property owners are responsible for maintaining the property in a reasonably safe condition. Amusement parks are legally obligated to adhere to the following duties: ensure the safety of their property; observe state and local safety regulations; and visitors should be warned about known hazards.

It is the responsibility of the amusement park owner to maintain the park's rides, food service areas, benches, and parking lots.

The property owner may be liable for damages if a patron is injured due to dangerous conditions within the park. When filing a personal injury lawsuit, the plaintiff must show: ownership, occupancy, or control of the property by the defendant; in the use or maintenance of the property, the defendant was negligent; plaintiff suffered harm; negligence on the part of the defendant caused substantial harm to the plaintiff.

The following safety conditions may cause an injury in an amusement park: pavement and sidewalks that have been damaged, surfaces that are slippery and wet, surfaces with unevenness, a torn carpet, insufficient lighting, handrails that are broken, walkways that are blocked, restraints that don't work, benches that are damaged, riders are given no instructions, spillages of food in dining areas, and the lack of warnings.

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