This is the time of the year that many people in Connecticut will go on rides at amusement parks, at local carnivals and festivals, and water parks. If you or someone you love has been injured on any CT amusement park ride, carnival ride, festival, or waterpark then you may be entitled to recover money damages from the owner, operator, sponsor, manufacturer of the rides, or other individuals. It is extremely important that you contact an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer at the earliest possible moment so that the facts of your case can be investigated and that all of the proper notices are sent out.
Connecticut, and the surrounding areas, are home to a number of amusement and water parks which include but are not limited to the following:
- Quassy Amusement Park
- Lake Compounce
- Six Flags
- Various carnivals and festivals- that are sponsored by Rotary Clubs, Lions Clubs, volunteer fire departments, police departments, and other civic organizations.
People have been seriously injured- and even killed- while visiting amusement parks, festivals, and going on the rides. The responsible parties could be liable for the injuries and damages sustained because of a number of different reasons, which could include but not be limited to the following:
- Failure to maintain, repair or inspect the facility, rides, or equipment;
- Failure to properly manage, train and supervise its employees;
- Failure to properly supervise and educate the people who are attending the park and going on the individual rides;
- Defective rides or components of the rides; and
- General negligence involving anyone or more of a number of different issues and causes of action.
The injuries sustained by people who injured in amusement parks range from death; to spinal cord injuries; to broken bones; to serious cosmetic injuries requiring plastic surgery; to loss of limbs; to concussions; and to other less serious injuries.
If you have been seriously injured, or if a loved one has died, in a CT amusement park accident, then is very important that you contact a Connecticut accident attorney at the earliest possible moment. You may say or do something that could have a very negative effect upon your case without knowing it. Our Connecticut amusement park ride attorneys may want to have our private investigator interview witnesses, speak with the company that operates the park, contact the insurance company representing the at-fault parties, provide notices to various parties or provide other necessary work which needs to be done to properly develop your case.
Our Connecticut carnival ride injury lawyers take these cases on a contingency fee basis and advance the costs to develop your case. In other words, you do not have to come up with any money out of your own pocket. If we do not recover any money damages for you, then you will owe no legal fees and all costs. It's just that simple!
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