IAAPA statistics revealed 1,343 ride-related injuries throughout U.S. in 2008 only.
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A fun day at an amusement park can turn into a nightmare in a second. International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) statistics revealed 1,343 ride-related injuries throughout U.S. in 2008 only. 80 of these injuries were serious, meaning the victims needed to spend the night in a hospital for treatment (and not just observation). Not all injuries are noticeable immediately after the incident. For example, someone could suffer an apparent minor neck injury after an adventurous ride and only after a few days discover he/she has whiplash. Or while on a ride, you could experience a minor stomach pain and later discover that you have suffered internal injuries.
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Amusement park injury cases have a complex nature, as several areas of state and federal law may come into play. A case like this is most likely a combination of product liability, negligence, and premises liability. Most amusement park...View full answer
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