Common Trampoline Injuries

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury at a trampoline park, you may be eligible to participate in a trampoline park injury lawsuit. Contact a trampoline park injury lawyer today to see if you qualify.

About Trampoline Parks

The way trampoline parks function is by supplying many trampolines for guests to use in a variety of a ways. These can be foam pits, basketball hoops, or dodgeball areas. By paying one fee, guests can use all the facilities and functions. These parts have exploded in popularity. There are over 800 nationwide and has become a billion dollar industry. It seems safe, however trampolines parks bring countless dangers. Many people have filed suits after themselves or their loved ones have become injured. 

Common Injuries 

 Trampoline park injuries range from minor injuries to serious and even fatal injuries.

These include:

  • Scrapes
  • Cuts
  • Rashes
  • Broken bones
  • Concussions
  • Dislocations
  • Spinal cord injuries

However, many have experienced even more serious injuries like

  • Paralysis
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Death

Due to the rise of the popularity of these parks, injuries are rising too. It is children under 15 who are in the most danger.  Their bones are softer and easier to break. 

Injury Causes

The most common causes of injuries are collisions, double-bouncing, hard surfaces, falling on a trampoline, shallow foam pits, or the padding on the trampoline. A majority are not life threatening, however even a broken bone can cause a lifetime of complications. Some have even died from his or her injuries.

Free Trampoline Park Injury Consultation

The law professionals at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm are dedicated to building the best possible case for your trampoline park injury. Get the compensation you deserve for your injury. We have over two decades of experience helping victims receive justice.

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