An outing at Disneyland, a county fair or any of the amusement parks around the U.S. should be a day filled with fun and excitement. An amusement park injury, however, can turn a fun day into a nightmare. How often do amusement park injuries happen? What are the causes? How can they be stopped?
Our attorneys have asked those questions many times since we met a youngster named Brandon. Brandon was thrown from the Roger Rabbit ride at Disneyland in California. He was crushed under a car and suffered severe brain damage and a spinal cord injury that left him quadriplegic.
At Girardi | Keese, our personal injury lawyers have two objectives: getting fair compensation for our clients and improving safety standards so that tragic accidents like Brandon’s do not happen. Call 800-401-4530 or send us an email to discuss how we can help your family after an amusement park accident.
Amusement park injuries are rarely talked about, because park owners and operators do not want to explain how their rides work. Girardi | Keese trial lawyers, acting on behalf of Brandon and his family, sued Disneyland and demanded changes. We are also working to change the laws that apply to amusement park and fair rides.
We welcome calls concerning amusement park injuries. Contact us for an appointment. Our law firm represents clients in California and nationwide.