purchase, george & murphey.
purchase, george & murphey.
An exciting day at an amusement or water park can quickly turn tragic in an accident. When you’ve been hurt in an accident or incident caused by a park operator’s or park staff’s negligence or recklessness, you deserve to seek accountability and financial recovery for your injuries and losses. The Erie, PA, amusement park accident lawyers at Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., will fight for your right to justice from amusement/water park operators. Since 2010, our attorneys and staff have combined their decades of experience in personal injury law and insurance defense to pursue tailored, effective legal strategies aimed at getting the best possible results for our clients. We know how corporations and insurers try to avoid liability for injuries caused by their negligence. Our team will push back against insurer tactics and stand up for the financial relief you need as you recover from devastating injuries.
If you’ve been injured in an amusement or water park accident, get legal help to pursue compensation for your harm and loss. Contact Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., for a free initial claim review to discuss your legal options with our knowledgeable water park accident attorneys in Erie, PA.
Amusement or water park accidents can occur due to carelessness by park operators and staff members. Some of the top causes of amusement and water park accidents include:
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Although amusement and water parks are perfectly safe when properly operated, park accidents can cause visitors to suffer severe, potentially life-altering injuries, such as:
Depending on the underlying circumstances of an amusement or water park accident, various parties may be responsible for injuries that a visitor suffered in the accident. First, a park owner/operator may be liable for an accident that occurs due to the owner’s negligence in operating the park, such as failing to perform necessary maintenance, negligently hiring/training/supervising park staff, or providing inadequate security/supervision.
When an amusement or water park accident occurs on a park ride, the ride’s designer or builder may be liable if the accident occurs due to a design or construction defect in the ride that created the risk for an accident.
Third-party contractors working for the park operator may also be responsible for an accident, such as engineering firms hired to repair or maintain rides or security companies hired to maintain park security.
After getting hurt in an accident at an amusement or water park, you shouldn’t have to take on the big corporations who operate the park alone. Let our water park accident attorneys in Erie, PA, help you fight to hold negligent park operators accountable for putting you and other guests at risk of harm. Our legal team will handle all the details of your case while you focus on treating and rehabbing your injuries. You can trust our firm to:
When you’ve suffered injuries in an accident at an amusement or water park, you deserve to seek financial recovery and justice from the negligent park operator. Contact Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C., today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about how our Erie, PA, amusement park accident lawyers will fight to recover compensation for your medical bills, lost earning capacity, and pain and suffering.
What is my water park accident case worth? +
After getting hurt in an accident at a water or amusement park, you may have the right to pursue financial recovery for losses you incur due to your injuries. Compensation in your amusement or water park accident case may include money for:
What is the deadline to file an amusement park accident claim? +
Under the statute of limitations in Pennsylvania, you typically have two years to file a lawsuit after getting hurt in an amusement or water park accident. However, you should not delay starting your injury claim. If you file suit after the deadline under the statute of limitations, you risk losing your right to recover compensation if the trial court dismisses your case as untimely filed.