If You’ve Been Hurt in an Amusement Park Accident, Our Amusement Park Injury Lawyers Have Answers to Your Questions

Amusement Park AccidentYou just wanted to have a good time. Whether you were with your friends or your children, you expected that your visit to a Pennsylvania amusement park, fair or carnival would be a fun day out. It may have been enjoyable until the injury happened and it became a nightmare. Now you are left with lots of questions about your accident injuries and you deserve answers.

Our Pennsylvania Amusement Park Injury Lawyer Wants to Answer Your Questions

Commonly, we hear the following types of questions:

Where do Amusement Park Accidents Happen? Amusement park accidents can happen at any fixed site amusement park, traveling carnival or temporary fair. Some Pennsylvania amusement parks, fairs and carnivals include:

  • Adventure Sports in Hershey.
  • Bucktail Camping Resort.
  • DelGrosso’s Amusement Park.
  • Dutch Wonderland.
  • Hershey Park.
  • Knoebel’s Amusement Resort.
  • Lakemont Park.
  • Twin Grove Park.
  • Village Green’s Golf, Inc.
  • Conneaut Lake Park.
  • Idelwood and Soak Zone.
  • Kennywood Park.
  • Living Treasures Animal Park.
  • Splash Lagoon Waterpark.
  • Waldameer Park and Water World.
  • Brandywine Picnic Park.
  • Camelbeach Water Park.
  • Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom.
  • Funland / Seaside Amusements.
  • Great Wolf Lodge.
  • Pocono Go-Karts and Play Park
  • Sesame Place
  • Shawnee Place
  • Albion Area Fair
  • Allentown Fair
  • Cambria County Fair
  • Cameron County Fair
  • Carbon County Fair
  • Clarion County Fair
  • Clearfield County Fair
  • Clinton County Fair
  • Dayton Fair
  • Erie County Fair
  • Fayette County Fair
  • Franklin County Fair
  • Fulton County Fair
  • Greene County Fair
  • Huntingdon County Fair
  • Indiana County Fair
  • Jefferson County Fair
  • Juanita County Fair
  • Kempton County Fair
  • Kiwanis Wyoming County Fair
  • Lawrence County Fair
  • Lycoming County Fair
  • McKean County Fair
  • Mercer County Grange Fair.
  • Mifflin County Youth Fair.
  • Northumberland County Fair
  • Perry County Community Fair.
  • Potter County Fair
  • Reading Fair.
  • Schuylkill County Fair.
  • Somerset County Fair
  • Southern Lancaster County Fair
  • Sullivan County Fair.
  • Tioga County Fair
  • Union County Fair.
  • Venango County Fair.
  • Warren County Fair.
  • Washington County Ag Fair
  • York Fair.

Of course, this list does not include smaller fairs and traveling carnivals where amusement park accidents may also occur.

Why do Amusement Park Accidents Happen? Amusement park accidents can happen for many reasons including, but not limited to:

  • Improper maintenance or repairs.
  • Failure to regularly inspect equipment.
  • Mechanical failure.
  • Design defect.
  • Operator negligence or mistake.
  • Failure to train staff on how to safely run equipment.
  • Poor lighting.

What Kind of Injuries Should Lead Me to Call an Attorney? If you suffer any of the following types of injuries, or any other injury, as the result of an amusement park, carnival or fair accident then it is important to contact an attorney:

  • Broken bones.
  • Brain injuries.
  • Spinal cord injuries or paralysis.
  • Amputation or limb injuries.
  • Internal injuries.
  • The death of a loved one.

Of course, your most important question might be about your own injury recovery.

Call a Lawyer for Amusement Park Injury Victims to Learn More About Your Possible Recovery

Our experienced personal injury lawyers would be pleased to provide you with a free consultation about your rights and potential recovery after an amusement park accident. Regardless of what the insurance company or amusement park staff tells you, you may be able to recover for your past and future medical expenses, lost income, out of pocket costs and pain and suffering. Please call an Ostroff Injury lawyer for amusement park injury victims today at (800) 818-8148 to learn more.