There are several amusement parks in California that we visit to enjoy with our family and friends. The thrill of the roller coaster ride, the delicious carnival food offerings, and attention-grabbing arcade games make for a fun day of play. We often take our safety for granted and trust that the parks have properly maintained the rides and the operators are trained properly so we do not have to worry about the safety of our families.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case. In fact, there are over 300 amusement park accidents each year in California where visitors are injured due to the negligence of park rides like roller coasters and need the assistance of a personal injury lawyer. If you or a loved one has been injured on a roller coaster in California, contact the injury law experts at Johnson Attorneys Group for a free case review.
Types of Roller Coaster Accident Injuries Handled by Our Team
From broken bones and head injuries to drownings, falls, and even deaths, amusement park accidents have seen an increase each year in California as the rides get bigger, faster, and more dangerous than ever. While most park operators try to maintain a safe environment for guests, amusement park rides like roller coasters, require an extreme amount of maintenance and care to ensure the safety of riders and sometimes fail for a variety of reasons.
Although amusement parks are meant for fun, accidents happen that cause traumatic injury or even death to visitors. California sees many amusement park accidents each year where guests suffer unnecessary injuries due to the negligence of these facilities.
Most Common Causes of amusement park accidents:
- Inadequately trained park staff
- Failure to properly maintain roller coasters and other rides
- Improper ride operation by park staff
- Poor construction of rides
- Faulty safety features and restraints on rides
At Johnson Attorneys Group, we understand all the complexities of roller coaster and amusement park accidents. We have the experience to investigate the accident, determine fault, and help you get justice for the injury or death of a loved one as well as the compensation you need to help get your family back on its feet. You don’t have to pay unless we win or settle your case!
Johnson Attorneys Group Can Get You the Compensation You Deserve
Our legal staff at Johnson Attorneys Group in California has helped our clients receive the compensation they deserve when they have been wrongly injured by roller coaster rides and know exactly what you need to get you through this injury. We are your advocate and will work hard so you don’t have to be stressed worrying about medical bills, loss of income, and other legal details involved in an amusement park accident.
If you have been injured on a roller coaster or other ride at a California amusement park, you are entitled to compensation for your injuries including:
- Medical costs such as emergency room treatment, hospital stays, prescription medication, doctor care, etc.
- Pain and suffering caused by the physical and/or mental pain and anguish due to the amusement park accident
- Lost wages due to the inability to work due to the accident now or in the future.
- Punitive damages which are compensation paid to you that is meant to punish negligent amusement park for the accident
If a loved one has died due to a roller coaster or other accident at a California amusement park, as a family member, you are entitled to file a wrongful death claim which provides compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Lost income/wages
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of companionship
We are Here to Help with Your Roller Coaster Accident Injury
Our California personal injury lawyers take the time with each of our clients to ensure you fully understand the legal process concerning roller coaster injuries. Our attorney can lead you through the process of getting better and assist you with your complete recovery from this unfortunate accident. Please contact our office at 1-800-208-3538to talk to our personal injury lawyer about your case today.