If an inlaw suffered a brain injury (bleeding on the brain) at an amusement park and another inlaw thanked the park for their fast response to get the woman out of the park and to a local hospital, does the family have any right to sue the park? The doctors said it was either the ride or the excitement of the ride that caused 2 blood vessels to burst in her brain and it would have eventually happened anyway. But the family wants to know if they should consider legal action.
2 Answers from Attorneys
I believe you should definitely consider legal action against the park. What park was this? What ride did this occur on?
I would be happy to represent you in this action. I would take it on a contingency basis which means you don't owe me any money unless we win.
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I look forward to hearing from you.
Have a great day.
You will need to speak with an attorney regarding all of the circumstances surrounding the amusement ride and the person's medical condition. Most attorneys offer a free initial consultation regarding potential personal injury claims. Thanking the amusment park would not constitute a waiver of any claim and, after analysis of the facts, an attorney may want to pursue the claim.
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