Amusement Park Injuries

Rubenstein Law's injury attorneys

can help if you've been injured at an amusement park.

Millions of people flock to Florida’s theme parks and fairs each year in search of entertainment, adventure and quality time with loved ones. Unfortunately, theme park conditions can sometimes be unsafe. Every year, thousands of people suffer injuries due to a theme park’s carelessness or negligence. When a loved one is injured while visiting a theme park, everyone is immediately affected - vacations are ruined, medical bills mount, and confusion about what to do next can be overwhelming and troubling. In these instances you want a lawyer who understands, someone you can trust to help.

1-800-FL-LEGAL

Available 24 Hours / 7 Days a Week

1-800-FL-LEGAL

Available 24 Hours / 7 Days a Week
Accidents Can Happen At Any Amusement Park

Rubenstein Law, with our offices throughout Florida, will be there to help you and your family through this difficult time. Our attorneys have vast experience in accidents at amusement parks and are uniquely qualified to do all that is necessary to prove your case and get you the compensation you and your family deserve.

Accidents can happen at any Florida amusement park, such as:

  • Walt Disney World
  • Sea World
  • Epcot
  • Universal Studios
  • Busch Gardens
  • Lion Country Safari
  • The Youth Fair
  • water parks
  • zoos
  • local fairs and carnivals

Amusement park injuries are usually caused by a variety of negligent issues, including:

  • Operator Error - untrained, overworked, or understaffed personnel
  • Mechanical Failure - defective or poorly maintained rides
  • Poorly Maintained Grounds - uneven, slippery or otherwise dangerous flooring, debris, and other hazards
  • Assault/Robbery - security and lighting may be insufficient to protect guests, who are often carrying large amounts of cash
What To Do If You’ve Been Injured At An Amusement Park
  • Get yourself or family member emergency medical care as necessary - document care
  • Report the injury to park management
  • If possible take pictures of dangerous conditions or incidents at scene
  • Request a copy of the incident report
  • Get names and contact information of employees and/or managers involved
  • Ask theme park to preserve any video evidence available
  • Follow up with a medical professional - document the extent of injuries
  • Call Rubenstein Law at 1-800-FL-LEGAL so we can go to work for you

If you or a loved one fall victim to an amusement park’s negligence, it’s critical to get a skilled attorney involved immediately. Rubenstein Law’s Florida injury attorneys will make sure a proper investigation is done for you before valuable evidence is lost. It’s your case and our experienced attorneys and support staff will stand by your side and fight to bring you justice.

Rubenstein Law is a personal injury law firm with offices in Broward, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa and West Palm Beach protecting victims of injury and their families throughout Florida. We are here 24/7 to review your claim. Call us at 1800-FL-LEGAL or visit our office near you.

Some Helpful Q&A's
Q

Will my case go to court?

A

Most of the cases our firm handles settle without needing to file a lawsuit. If there is a reason your case needs to go to court, we will explain all the options to you, and you will decide which option is best for you and your family. Your Rubenstein Law attorney will recommend which option we think is best, but the final decision is yours.


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Who is responsible in a premises liability and fall case?

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The negligent party in a premises liability and/or fall case is the party or company responsible for maintaining the location and grounds where you were injured.



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