As trampoline parks increase in popularity around the United States, each individual place is intended to be run by professionals who strictly follow the safety rules, and keep the equipment well maintained. Unfortunately, there are thousands of injuries suffered by guests of trampoline parks every year. It is estimated that there were over 100,000 trampoline injuries in the United States in 2015 alone, and many injuries are not reported.
There are several different factors at play when an injury occurs at a trampoline park:
- Not landing properly on the trampoline while jumping
- Landed on a spring.
- Landed on the edge of the trampoline.
- Lost balance while landing and fell off the trampoline
- Double jumping (more than one person uses the same trampoline at the same time)
- Adults and children use a trampoline at the same time
- Poorly maintained equipment
- Improper supervision is another responsibility of the park
A common question that people have after a trampoline park accident is whether they can still receive compensation for their injuries even if they signed a waiver. The effect a waiver will have in your injury case depends on a number of factors, including the language in the waiver, who signed it, whether a minor is involved, and whether the language was clear and unambiguous.
It is not always possible to sue a trampoline park successfully after an injury occurs because the fault does not always lay with the park owner. In many cases, the injury occurred simply because of an accident. It is important to have an experienced personal injury attorney helping you if you or a loved one has been injured at a trampoline park.
Common Injuries at Trampoline Parks
Our injury attorneys understand that no two cases, or injuries, are the same. We know that any injury, large or small, can have a serious impact on your quality of life. We have the skills to show the insurance company or jury why you deserve compensation and access to the experts to prove catastrophic cases.
- Injuries occurring when falling from a trampoline – these can affect the head, neck, back, and extremities
- Broken bones
- Sprains and strains
- Cuts and bruises caused in a fall from a trampoline
- Other injuries caused when someone falls from a trampoline onto you
- Similar injuries caused if more than one person is on a trampoline, contrary to guidelines and recommendations, and a collision occurs
Contact Us For A Free Trampoline Park Injury Case Review
Proving liability in any case requires a close analysis of the facts and an in-depth investigation. Following a trampoline park accident, it is important that you have an experienced personal injury attorney on your side who can conduct the necessary investigation.
As experienced injury attorneys, our number one goal is to bring you justice. We understand how a sudden accident can changes your life, and we will fight to protect your interests and get you the reparations you deserve.
To discuss your potential claim, please fill out the free case review form above or call now.