- Meet Our Team
- Cases We Handle
- Video Center
- Case Results
The public would be outraged if researchers announced that injuries related to a toy had jumped 1,100 percent in four years. That’s exactly what happened between 2010 and 2014 in the United States at trampoline parks. According to a recent study, the problem of trampoline park injuries is getting much worse very quickly. Parents whose children are injured in this manner need to seek the advice of children’s rights lawyers. That’s because these situations involve a relatively complicated legal concept known as premises liability. Below is a brief overview of the study that has revealed what should have parents all over the United States very concerned. You will also find a brief discussion of the legal standards that apply to these situations.
Researchers at the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center have released the study. It was published in the journal Pediatrics. The researchers reviewed emergency room reports that were mined from a national database. The time period studied ran from 2010 through 2014. The researchers found the following:
While the number of trampoline parks grew by a factor of 10 between 2010 and 2014, the number of trampoline park injuries grew by an even faster rate.
Generally speaking, trampoline park injuries fall under the realm of premises liability. Premises liability is basically an area of law that defines when a property owner or someone otherwise responsible for a piece of property is liable for injuries that occur on that property. With regards to trampoline park injuries, each situation will likely need to be analyzed by children’s rights lawyers. That’s because there are issues that could complicate matters including:
Despite these potential complications, owners of trampoline parks are responsible for providing safe equipment for use by customers. They are also expected to manage these properties properly such that the equipment is kept in a reasonable state of repair. In addition, those who manage these properties need to make sure that there aren’t too many people on a trampoline at any given time. They also need to remove any customer who is creating a dangerous situation.
As can be seen, trampoline park injuries can be serious and can involve several different layers of analysis. Regardless, people whose children have been wrongfully harmed at trampoline parks need to seek the help of children’s rights lawyers to make sure that their legal options are preserved and enforced. If this has happened to your child, contact Gomez Trial Attorneys today to schedule a free initial consultation.
John Gomez founded the firm alone in 2005. Today, John acts as President and Lead Trial Attorney. He has been voted by his peers as a top ten San Diego litigator in three separate fields: Personal Injury, Insurance and Corporate Litigation. Since 2000, he has recovered over $800 million in settlements and verdicts for his clients with more than 160 separate recoveries of one million dollars or more. A prolific trial lawyer, John has tried to jury verdict more than 60 separate cases.
no fees unless we recover money on your behalf
"They are experts in what they do and are a pleasure to work with."
No Fees Unless We Recover Money On Your Behalf