Holding Ohio’s Amusement Parks Accountable For Safety
Amusement parks have plenty of insurance and plenty of lawyers. The insurance protects them in case of injuries. The lawyers help them avoid responsibility whenever possible. If you have been injured at an amusement park or a water park, you need good legal counsel – a personal injury attorney who will protect your rights and fight for the compensation you need.
With four office locations in Ohio and one in Kentucky, Rittgers Rittgers & Nakajima is accustomed to working with those hurt at Kings Island and the Beach Waterpark. Our personal injury attorneys know the questions to ask and the experts to call for an investigation into what caused the amusement park accident and who should be held accountable for the injuries or wrongful death.
Injured At A Nearby Amusement Park?
Amusement park rides require safe design, proper maintenance and careful supervision in order to prevent accidents. When a roller coaster’s cable comes loose, for example, the resulting injuries can be life-changing. Malfunctioning equipment or a distracted worker can be the cause of a fatal drowning or a slip-and-fall injury at a water park.
If you or a loved one was injured at an amusement park or water park, we will help you hold the negligent parties accountable. When a serious injury or wrongful death happens in an amusement park accident, there should be a thorough investigation. Our injury lawyers work with a team of experts to determine how the accident happened. We also work with medical and financial experts to determine the long-term consequences of an amusement park accident.
Contact Our Attorneys For A FREE Consultation
Our law firm has a well-deserved reputation for helping people obtain the compensation they need in accidents that cause serious injury or wrongful death. Contact us for a consultation by calling 513-496-0134 or by using our online contact form. From offices in Lebanon, West Chester, Florence, Oxford and Cincinnati, we represent clients throughout southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky.