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Amusement Park Accident Attorney

Even though most parks showcase that their rides undergo frequent inspections, a malfunction can happen at any time and inspections are only helpful is done well. Logically, when amusement parks and carnivals are confronted with an injured patrol, they tend to downplay or dismiss the injury and settle the matter for less than its worth. Anyone involved in an amusement park or carnival accident in Massachusetts should speak with an injury attorney before signing any document presented by the park operator or its attorney. Waivers and releases of liability are enforceable and, by signing one, you could be giving up your chance of recovery forever.

The Consumer Protection Safety Commission has seen a rise in the number of serious injuries associated with these types of rides attributable to:

  • Mechanical failure;
  • Mechanical design defects or limitations;
  • Failure to post adequate warning signs or precautions;
  • Uninspected and unknown damage;
  • Improper or faulty repairs;
  • Inadequate height and weight limitations;
  • Exposed electrical wires.

Fifty-one percent of amusement park incidents happen to children, mostely between the ages of 10 and 14. Further, females are injured 1.5 times more than males. These are statistics the park owners and operators have at their disposal and it is important that you understand they choose to operate after having knowledge of the risk.

If you or a loved one ahs been injured at an amusement park or carnival, contact our office at (866)995-6663 today and speak with a Massachusetts Injury Attorney.

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Phone: (866) 995-6663
Address: 15 Court Square, Suite 800, Boston, MA 02108