The legal claims associated with Amusement Park Injuries are negligence, product liability, and premises liability. In amusement park cases, the owner of the establishment owes a duty to protect the park's guests from dangers, therefore, in the case of an injury, he can be held responsible. In order to prove liability in an amusement park injury case, one must prove the following: the duty owed, the breach of duty, that the breach of duty was the cause of the accident, and that the accident led to the injury.
Amusement park injuries can usually be based on negligence, product liability, and premises liability. The vast majority of personal injury cases are based on a premises liability cause of action, where the owner of the establishment would owe a duty to protect park guests from dangers. There are four basic elements which need to be shown to prove a negligence basis lawsuit: