For most people, a day at Adventureland Amusement Park is a fun-filled event. Ideally, all staff members are properly trained, rides and attractions are properly maintained, and amusement park grounds are kept in a safe condition. However, this is not always the case.
If you were injured at Adventureland Amusement Park on Long Island, you may be able to sue. The Long Island injury lawyers at Friedman & Simon L.L.P. will bring those responsible to justice. We are passionate advocates for the injured and relentlessly pursue compensation for medical bills, loss of income, trauma, pain, suffering, and other effects of amusement park injuries.
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Adventureland Amusement Park May Be Liable for Your Injuries
As property owners in the state of New York, amusement parks such as Adventureland Amusement Park owe a duty of care to visitors anywhere on their property.
There are many ways to have fun on an amusement park outing—and unfortunately, many ways to suffer an injury, as well. If any of these caused or contributed to your injury, Adventureland Amusement Park may be liable for your injuries:
- Improper ride maintenance and inspections
- Mechanical failure of the ride (in this case, the manufacturer may be the primary liable party)
- Failure to maintain rides
- Improper instruction on ride usage including the instruction to stand or remain seated
- Untrained and inexperienced park staff
- Upkeep and maintenance of amusement park property including parking lots, washrooms, food service areas, and walkways
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Common Amusement Park Injuries We Will Prosecute For You
As much fun as they can be, amusement park rides can cause serious injury or even death. Commonplace activities such as walking from one area to another or dining in the park present risks if safe property conditions are not maintained.
The following are some of the types of injuries that result from amusement park accident cases:
- Crushing injuries on thrill rides, particularly where safety equipment malfunctions or visitors are not protected from moving parts of the ride
- Trip or slip and fall injuries where cracked pavement, dangerous walkways, damaged stairs, wet floors or other property hazards are not immediately remedied
- Serious bodily injury or death as a result of ejection from a ride
- Broken bones or torn ligaments
- Drowning on water rides
If your loved one died from their Adventureland Amusement Park injuries, we will pursue a wrongful death claim. Call Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. at 516-932-0400 to learn more during your free case consultation.
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I Was Injured at Adventureland Amusement Park on Long Island, Can I Sue?
We will help determine if another party’s negligence caused your injuries. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your injury, you may be entitled to compensation for any of the following types of damages:
- Lost income and diminished earning capacity
- Medical bills
- Rehabilitation fees
- Disability services
- Pain and suffering
- Diminished quality of life
How Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. Helps Those Injured at Adventureland Amusement Park
You do not have to navigate the complex New York state legal system alone. We handle your case from start to finish:
We keep you updated on your case.
Our goal is to make the process of seeking compensation as stress-free as possible for you. Our services are customized to meet the needs of each client. Our representation includes access to your attorney when you need it, informed counsel about your options, and regular updates from our team. Our multilingual team is also proud to serve you in English, Spanish, Greek, Bengali, Tamil, or Kannada.
We identify the parties liable for your injury.
There may be multiple liable parties in an amusement park injury case. Regardless of how your injuries were caused, our investigation will determine who was responsible so they can be held accountable.
We communicate with all parties for you.
Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. speaks on your behalf to lawyers, insurance companies, and other entities. We will also negotiate on your behalf to make sure you get every dollar you deserve.
We gather the evidence to prove your case.
We gather any relevant photo or video of the incident, witness statements, safety records, and other evidence to prove your case. We will also retain, as needed, expert witnesses including medical experts, vocational rehabilitation specialists, life care planners, and economists provide testimony to strengthen your case.
We determine a value for your case.
Our service includes a full accounting of all of the compensation to which you are entitled, to ensure that your needs are met today and in the future.
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Call Now to Get Started with Your Case Against Adventureland Amusement Park: 516-932-0400
Do not hesitate to take advantage of your free case consultation with Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. You have a limited time to file a lawsuit and our team is ready to go to work for you immediately. The sooner you contact us the greater our opportunity to build the strongest case possible for you.
We proudly and vigorously represent those injured due to the recklessness, negligence, or misconduct of another party while visiting Adventureland Amusement Park on Long Island.
Learning about your right to compensation costs you nothing and we never collect attorney’s fees unless and until you obtain compensation. Call Friedman & Simon, L.L.P. today at 516-932-0400 for your free case consultation.
Long Island Adventureland Amusement Park Injury News
Two Injured On A York Fair Ferris Wheel Are Suing The Ride’s Manufacturer
Two Injured On A York Fair Ferris Wheel Are Suing The Ride’s Manufacturer
There is no national governing authority to ensure the safety of rides at amusement parks. Instead, inspection is left up to individual states. The state of New York has several inspections to ensure the safety of amusement park rides. The State Department of Labor inspects all the rides at stationary amusement parks at least once per year. Ride operators working at mobile fairs and carnivals must schedule an appointment at least ten days in advance for an inspection to be performed each time the ride moves to a different location. Finally, a ride cannot be operated without a permit from the State Department of Labor. In 2018 alone, the DOL performed 1,734 inspections on 9,170 amusement rides.
Local 21 News reports that two people who were seriously injured on a York Fair ferris wheel are suing the manufacturer of the amusement ride.
The incident occurred at the York Fair last September.
Rider Scott Speicher fell 25 feet after he was ejected from a gondola on the ride according to the lawsuit. Another passenger, Colleen Steffan, was violently tossed around the gondola.
The lawsuit has been filed against Chance Rides Manufacturing, Deggeller Attractions, Inc. The suit was filed with the U.S. Middle District Court.
Both victims are seeking upwards of $75,000 in compensation in the lawsuit according to the filing.
In the lawsuit, the victims allege that the ride was located next to a generator that was too loud, preventing the ride operator from hearing the warning cries of the passengers. An accident report released in October revealed that a loose tie rod caused one of the gondolas to get stuck on its side, causing one rider to fall from its side.
Speicher was left with multiple fractures and Steffan suffered from back injuries due to the accident.