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Dallas-Fort Worth’s year-round nice weather allows many family-friendly theme parks to remain open longer than parks in other cities. Adventure Landing is a popular destination for family trips, birthday parties, and even adults’ date nights. With batting cages, go-karts, bumper boats, and laser tag, there are plenty of options for kids of all ages.
Unfortunately, if something goes wrong, Adventure Landing accidents can cause serious injuries. When the unthinkable happens, Crain Brogdon, LLP, Dallas amusement park injury lawyers, are here when you need us most.
If you or someone you love has been injured after an Adventure Landing accident, you have legal options. Call an experienced amusement park injury lawyer at (214) 522-9404 today to learn how you can file a suit for compensatory damages.
Since 2001, the legal team at Crain Brogdon, LLP has represented the interests of victims of amusement park accidents, fighting to help them achieve financial justice. If you or someone you love was injured at Adventure Park, you may have the right to file a suit against the party that caused your injuries, covering your medical care and pain and suffering. But cases involving Adventure Landing accidents can be complicated, and not every personal injury lawyer in Dallas has the resources or experience to properly litigate them. We do.
Our firm helps people who have been injured through the reckless actions or negligence of others. We represent your family and help even the playing field against theme park property owners, big corporations, and hospitals. We believe everyone deserves justice if they have been injured in an accident, and we fight hard for our clients’ legal rights.
Our strong track record is evident by the multiple seven-figure verdicts we have won for our clients. Your lawyers focus on your case so you can focus on healing and recovery.
Call today at (214) 522-9404 for a complimentary consultation.
Believe it or not, there are many ways to get hurt while playing at Adventure Landing. From a baseball to the head in the batting cages to whiplash from the go-karts — or even a trip-and-fall injury in the laser tag course — the potential for a life-changing injury is high.
Some of the most common ways that Adventure Landing injuries occur include:
These aren’t the only ways a visitor at Adventure Landing can get injured. Unfortunately, many people who get hurt at Adventure Landing may suffer more than one injury, such as multiple muscle sprains after falling in the laser tag course or even an accidental drowning after falling out of a bumper boat.
No matter what kind of injury you suffered at Adventure Landing, our lawyers can help you understand your options.
Because so many park visitors at Adventure Landing are kids, it’s easy to assume that their injuries may have been caused by their own recklessness or overexuberance. However, this is far from the truth, no matter what an amusement park manager would have you believe. Faulty equipment, poorly trained staff who are unaware of the safety measures needed for each attraction, or even the reckless behavior of another park visitor can easily create conditions for an accident and injury.
Determining which person or entity is responsible for your injuries can be tricky, and assigning legal responsibility is complicated. Many of our clients believe that because they signed a waiver for the park, they are responsible for any injuries they incurred, but this isn’t the case. You still have the legal right to file a claim if you’ve been hurt.
The Adventure Landing park owner and property managers have a duty of care to ensure that the area is safe for park visitors. They may be responsible for your injuries if they fail to enact vigorous safety protocols, fail to conduct regular inspections of the attractions and equipment to ensure they are functionally safe, or fail to properly train all employees on attraction safety. Premises liability, the legal responsibility of a property owner to ensure the safety of people on their property, is the crux of all claims for amusement park accidents.
Multiple people and entities may share responsibility for the injuries from your accident. Any of the following may be responsible:
It’s not unusual for the park owners and their insurance companies to try to blame guests for causing their own injuries. Don’t try to fight against these powerful entities alone. Trust the Crain Brogdon, LLP personal injury lawyers to represent your rights.
We file a civil suit on your behalf to cover the cost of your medical treatment after the accident as well as any type of recovery services, like surgery or physical therapy, that you need to regain your abilities. You are also entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering from the injuries and any emotional trauma you suffer after the accident.
Sometimes, your legal team may determine that a company, like the attraction manufacturer or safety equipment designer, may have acted with wanton disregard for the safety of equipment users. This kind of gross negligence is punished in civil courts by punitive damages assessed against the company. Essentially, punitive damages are a fine for company misbehavior and are added to the settlement award from your lawsuit.
If you’re considering filing a personal injury lawsuit for your Adventure Landing accident, you probably have a lot of questions about the process. These are the answers to some of our clients’ most common queries.
Yes, even if you signed a waiver, you may still be legally eligible to file a lawsuit. If there was an inherent design flaw in the equipment, if it malfunctioned due to problems in the manufacturing process, or if the park failed to keep the attractions and equipment maintained for safety, then you would not be responsible for any injury from the accident.
Each case is different, but the amount of your claim will depend on the cost of treating your injuries, plus compensation for pain and suffering determined by how badly you were hurt and how much of an impact the injuries had on your life. For example, if you had a sprained ankle and bruising, your case would be worth much less than the claim of someone who suffered partial paralysis after an Adventure Park accident.
Your personal injury attorney will gather the actual amount of your damages, such as your medical bills and lost wages from time missed at work, and add them up to determine the economic damages from your suit. Then, we add a percentage of that cost as non-economic damages or pain and suffering. We will show you the hard numbers one-on-one for your case.
Most personal injury attorneys, like the ones at Crain Brogdon, LLP, assess their fees on a contingency basis. If we win your case, our attorney fees will be deducted from the final award as a percentage of the total. However, if we lose, then you don’t pay a dime!
Nothing! The insurance company is looking for any excuse to deny your claim or lowball you. Just refer any communication from Adventure Park, its insurance company, or its lawyers to Crain Brogdon, LLP.
Any settlement the other party offers for amusement park accidents will be as low as possible. Once you sign the agreement, you cannot go back later and file a suit. For example, suppose Adventure Landing offers you $10,000 for a sprained ankle and you accept. In that case, you can’t file for additional coverage if it turns out that your sprain is actually a damaged ligament and you need surgery. You will have to pay those costs yourself.
A lawyer understands the true value of your case and will fight to ensure that your compensation covers both your current needs and anticipated treatment in the future.
Yes, if the unthinkable happens and you lose your beloved family member, we can help you file a wrongful death suit on your behalf. This is similar to a personal injury case, and while no amount of money can replace your loved one, the lawsuit will hold Adventure Landing and any other parties accountable for your loved one’s death.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident at Adventure Landing, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit for compensatory damages. We can help. The personal injury attorneys at Crain Brogdon, LLP provide compassionate, diligent representation for your case, no matter how complicated it is. We walk beside you each step of the way, from building your case through mediation and even in court.
Contact us today at 214-522-9404 for a free case consultation. Don’t wait — act now!
Robert D. Crain is a nationally renowned personal injury attorney who has been included in lists such as U.S. News’ Best Lawyers in America. Additional publications often include Rob on their “Best Lawyers” lists, including Texas Monthly and D Magazine. As a testament to his excellence, he is AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell. [ Attorney Bio ]