Roller Coaster Fatality

Roller Coaster Fatality

Roller coasters are supposed to be a thrilling and fun experience for the whole family. But when amusement park operators are careless about park safety, a simple ride on a roller coaster can become tragic. Negligent amusement park operators put innocent people’s lives at risk. Roller coaster accidents can cause serious, life-altering injuries, including paralysis. In the worst cases, a trip on an unsafe coaster can result in death.

If you lost a loved one as the result of a roller coaster accident, you may be feeling angry and confused. But you do not have to suffer in silence.

Your Options

After the death of a loved one, a lawsuit may be the furthest thing from your mind. But an experienced attorney can help you figure out what went wrong at the amusement park. Most importantly, they can help you fight for justice.

Some amusement park operators do not keep their equipment properly maintained. Others do not follow required safety protocol. A careless park employee may have failed to monitor the safety restraints on the ride, leaving park guests at risk. Any type of negligence is extremely dangerous to customers.

An attorney can help you explore your options, possibly including compensation. A financial settlement cannot make up for the loss that you suffered, but it is an important step in holding negligent amusement park operators accountable.

Contact O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble Today

We believe that property owners have a responsibility to maintain the safest possible facilities. When you spend a day at the amusement park, you have every right to expect a safe experience. Our experienced attorneys will listen to your story and help you understand your options. We understand why you are seeking justice and we can help you achieve it.

Contact the attorneys of O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble today to discuss roller coaster fatalities and potential negotiations. It is important to contact an attorney early to ensure the best possible outcome. Contact us online or call at (908) 928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817.

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