Amusement Park Injury Attorneys – Pasco, Hernando County, FL
Florida amusement parks must take precautionary measures to maintain their parks for public safety. Amusement parks must take reasonable preventative and precautionary measures to minimize and prevent visitors from getting injured. Much like any other property owner, if an amusement park is found to have been negligent in an accident that caused injury or wrongful death they must be held accountable. If you have been injured in a Tampa Bay amusement park you may be entitled to compensation.
Personal injury lawyer Wendy Doyle-Palumbo can help you to determine if you have a case against an amusement park if you have been injured. We can investigate your accident to find out who may be responsible and if there was negligence file the appropriate claims and lawsuits on your behalf.
Typical Amusement Park Injuries or Incidents That Cause Injury or Wrongful Death
- Slip-and-fall accidents resulting in injuries or death
- Water park rides or areas at water parks where negligence caused injury, drowning and wrongful death
- Improperly maintained equipment, malfunctioning equipment or even untrained ride operators that contributed to an avoidable injury or death
- Injuries due to faulty amusement park rides or improper safety precautions
FAQ – Statute of Limitations for Amusement Park Lawsuits
The statute of limitations in Florida for negligence claims is four years. This means that if you were injured at an amusement park or water park, you must file a lawsuit against a theme park within four years of the date of injury. Failing to do so will result in losing your right to sue for compensation.