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Billions Won by Nationwide Water Park Accident Lawyers

Water parks should be a place for fun. Unfortunately, they are the scene of countless accidents throughout the nation each year. According to a 2016 report by the San Diego Tribune, approximately 1,300 parks are in operation throughout North America. While no exact statistics are available for water park injuries, the Red Cross estimates that about 4,200 people suffer injuries at water parks each year. Notably, these numbers do not include those who need lifeguard assistance without a hospital trip.

If you’ve suffered from an injury sustained at a water park, or if a loved one was killed, help is available. Arnold & Itkin is made of experienced attorneys who are dedicated to investigating drowning accidents to get victims the financial relief they deserve under the law. We know that park owners are responsible for the injuries that guests sustain at water parks, and we are determined to fight for the justice these individuals deserve.

Call us today for a free consultation with a water park accident lawyer. A member of our team is ready 24/7 when you call (888) 493-1629. Consultation is free, confidential, and you’ll only pay a legal fee if we win.

Who Is Responsible for Water Park Accidents?

There are multiple parties in charge of the safety of water parks. Each accident is unique, and one or all these individuals may be responsible for a person’s suffering. In the worst cases, drowning accidents are fatal, and no at-fault party should escape accountability for their negligent behavior.

Those who might be responsible for water park accidents include the following:

  • Water park designers
  • Attraction manufacturers
  • Water park builders
  • Maintenance workers
  • Other visitors
  • Lifeguards
  • Water park owners

The parties listed above are responsible for the injuries of water park guests because of premises liability law. In short, because guests are invited to a water park, owners and staff have a responsibility to ensure their safety. Anytime someone suffers injuries at a water park is a failure on the part of owners and staff to protect them. Premises liability is simple: if a water park wants customers, they must ensure that their attractions are safe for everyone.

Water Park Accidents

Water park accidents happen in a variety of circumstances. Even though pool depths in parks rarely exceed a few feet, rough waters in wave pools, rushing water in slides, and other aspects of a water park can cause injury. Crowds make it difficult to spot when someone might be in distress, which is why highly-trained lifeguards are vital. Additionally, even a few feet of water in the wrong circumstances can cause someone to drown.

Common water park accidents include the following:

  • Drowning
  • Slip & fall accidents
  • Collisions
  • Diving injuries
  • Incidents caused by defective attractions

What Can Water Park Accident Victims Recover?

Victims of a water park injury can pursue compensation for medical bills, time lost at work, and even emotional distress. If your loved one drowned at a water park, someone is responsible for failing to protect their life, and they must be held accountable to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Though nothing can change what happened to your loved one, you can obtain justice for them with the help of a water park accident attorney from Arnold & Itkin.

Our team of water park accident lawyers has the resources and history of success needed to get results. We’ve won billions of dollars for clients by never settling for less than they deserve and by never hesitating to take their cases to trial when necessary. Call us today for a free consultation. We handle all legal fees and only take a fee if we win.

Call our water park accident attorneys today at (888) 493-1629 for a free consultation. We are ready to hear your story 24/7.

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