The ending of May is always a large milestone between the spring and summer seasons. Typically launched at the end of the traditional school year and Memorial Day celebrations, the summer vacation season is known for being a choice time for travel and family adventures. For thousands of tourists annually, an amusement park is the ideal vacation destination. Although the experience is intended to be a fun and perhaps even a thrilling venture, for too many, the end result is an amusement park injury.
When making vacation decisions, it may be useful to consider some quantitative facts. In 2014, statistics showed that ultimately visitors were more likely to be injured in a roller coaster accident than becoming the victim of a shark attack. Some other recent vacation statistics include:
Do Your Part to Stay Safe
Safety is the responsibility of everyone. While the employees at such destinations are required to uphold strict safety measures, it is also our duty as patrons to be sure to do everything within our own power to prevent an injury from occurring. A few common guidelines to reduce the risk of injury include:
Just as it is your duty to maintain safety standards, it is absolutely of the utmost importance that the ride operators and other staff at a theme park are doing their part to be sure that rides are operational and safe for trusting, fun seeking visitors to enjoy. If you have followed the aforementioned guidelines and still sustained injuries while visiting an amusement park, you may be interested in seeking legal aid.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding the events that resulted in injury or death, you may have the option pursuing a premises liability claim. If you are interested in discussing the details of your situation with an experienced and knowledgeable San Jose, CA personal injury attorney, contact The Law Office of John J. Garvey, III today at 408-293-7777 to schedule your free initial consultation. All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis.
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