Determining Responsibility For Theme Park Rides
Potential Hazards Of Theme Park Rides
The most common hazards of amusement park rides are mechanical failure and operator error. Mechanical failure can include a sudden stop on a roller coaster or an unexpected drop on a ride.
Who Is Responsible For A Theme Park Injury?
Generally, a theme park is responsible for any injury or death caused by the negligence of an employee, owner, or operator. Depending on the circumstances, other parties such as manufacturers and maintenance workers may also be held liable for injuries.
Determining Negligence in an Theme Park Injury Case
Common Types of Mechanical Failure
Mechanical failure can lead to a wide variety of injuries, ranging from minor scrapes and bruises to more serious wounds.
Potential Consequences of Mechanical Failure
The consequences of mechanical failure can be very serious. If a ride malfunctions, it can lead to an unexpected drop or sudden stop, which can cause passengers to lose control and sustain injuries. In some cases, this type of accident can even result in death.
Proving Negligence In Theme Park Injury Case
In order to prove negligence in a theme park injury case, the injured party must show that the park or its employees failed to take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of their guests.
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