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Accidents at Amusement Parks – Miami Accident Lawyer Informs

Amusement Park Accidents

Accidents at amusement parks are not uncommon, especially in high tourism areas like Orlando and Aventura.

While most amusement park accidents are not fatal, they can still result in serious injuries that may leave victims with lifelong consequences. In some cases, victims may be able to file a wrongful death claim or a personal injury lawsuit against the amusement park to recover damages.

The most common type of amusement park accident is a slip and fall, which can occur due to poor maintenance, old equipment, or operator negligence. Other common accidents include fires, power outages, and mechanical failures.

Theme parks such as Walt Disney World are required to regularly inspect their rides and equipment to ensure that they are safe for guests. However, accidents can still happen due to faulty harnesses, old equipment, or operator error.

For example, in June 2018, a woman was killed after she fell from a Ferris wheel at an amusement park in South Florida. The woman was not properly restrained in her seat, and she fell more than 30 feet to her death.

In another incident, a 10-year-old boy was seriously injured after he fell from a roller coaster at an Orlando theme park. The boy was not properly secured in his seat, and he fell nearly 30 feet to the ground. He suffered serious injuries, including broken bones and internal bleeding.

Safety measures at amusement parks have improved over the years, but accidents can still happen as human error and negligence are always a possibility. Cellphone use is today one of the most common causes of all accidents resulting from negligence. Cellphone use is taking up a lot of people’s attention, especially when they should be focused on the job at hand.

Orange County Fire Rescue worked arduously  to evacuate riders stuck on 400-foot Ferris wheel at an amusement park in Orlando, Florida after it lost power. Last March, 14-year-old Tyre Sampson fell to his death from the FreeFall Drop Tower at an Orlando amusement park. According to park visitors, the rides are a disaster, with many rides practically falling apart. Ferris Wheel Accidents

If you, a friend, or relative has been injured in an accident at an amusement park, you will benefit greatly from hiring a personal injury accident lawyer in Miami with experience handling insurance claims for compensation to cover medical expenses and losses.

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