Trampoline Park Accidents
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Trampoline parks, such as Sky Zone, Get Air and others, have popped up across the country in response to increasing demand for this new indoor activity. However, trampoline parks are only loosely regulated—and are often dangerous, especially for children. Thousands of trampoline park accident victims visit the emergency room every year, some with serious injuries.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our top-rated personal injury lawyers are dedicated to protecting the legal rights of trampoline park accident victims. Even if you have signed an injury liability waiver, you may have the right to fair compensation under New Jersey law. Our firm has recovered millions in compensation for injured clients to date. We are ready to put our legal skills to work for you.
Trampoline parks offer a great way for children to burn off energy and are even enjoyable for teenagers and adults. Unfortunately, when a day at the park ends with a hospital visit, you might find yourself facing a lengthy and painful recovery.
If you or your child have been injured in a trampoline park accident, you need the best possible lawyer to help you overcome complex legal hurdles to getting fair compensation. To learn more about your right to financial compensation for injuries sustained in a Springfield, NJ trampoline park accident, schedule a free case review with our talented accident lawyers today.
Trampoline park owners have a duty to maintain their parks and trampolines to keep customers safe. While trampoline park accidents can be caused by any number of factors, they are often the result of the park’s negligence. For example, failing to replace a worn trampoline net can cause a jumper to suffer a serious fall. Failure to separate older and younger jumpers can also lead to serious injuries.
Trampoline park accidents can also result from:
While many trampoline park accident victims escape with only minor cuts and bruises, some injuries can be much more severe. Trampoline park accident injuries may include:
Speaking with an experienced accident lawyer soon after your trampoline park accident can be key to recovering the compensation you need. Trampoline parks often delete video surveillance very soon after it is recorded. These videos can provide some of the strongest evidence to prove that the trampoline park’s negligence caused the accident. To schedule your free consultation, call our office today.
Many large trampoline parks, such as Sky Zone, are owned by large corporations that may structure their company to make it difficult to determine who to sue. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our lawyers are here to handle this and every other aspect of your injury claim. We investigate to identify the evidence that is necessary to prove the cause of your accident. This might include:
Several different legal avenues might be available to pursue your right to compensation. These may include a premises liability claim against the park owner or a claim against the manufacturer of a defective trampoline component. We explore every potential argument for recovering the maximum compensation in your case.
Fair compensation should include:
If your child sustained serious injuries in a trampoline park accident, they may be facing physical challenges that you couldn’t have imagined before your day at the park. Getting financial compensation can be key to providing your child with the top-level care needed for the fullest recovery possible.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, we have been protecting accident victims’ rights in New Jersey for over 35 years. We know what it takes to succeed when facing large insurance companies and their defense lawyers.
To schedule your free initial consultation with our reputable Pine Brook injury lawyers, call our office or fill out this online contact form. Our lawyers are available 24/7 to discuss your case.
Depending upon what happened, you might be able to file a lawsuit for compensation despite the waiver. Liability waivers may prevent lawsuits for most minor injuries, but if the injury was serious, you may still have a claim. New Jersey courts have, in the past, ruled that liability waivers were against public policy. We may be able to make a claim that this public policy argument should apply in your case.
Call 911 and seek medical care immediately. If you are able, take photos and videos of the scene (or ask someone nearby to do so). Ask anyone who saw the accident for their contact information. Importantly, call an experienced injury lawyer who can go to work immediately to protect your right to financial compensation.
It depends upon how serious the injury was, among other factors. It’s important to wait until the extent of your child’s injury and projected recovery period are known before rushing into accepting a settlement or making a final claim for compensation. We want to make sure that your compensation award also covers the anticipated future costs of the injury, as well as costs you have already incurred.