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Trampoline Park Injuries

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A recent surge in the number of indoor trampoline parks in the United States is indicative of just how popular recreational trampolining has become for people of practically all ages. It is, however, an unfortunate reality that many individuals are seriously injured while participating in this now-widespread activity. Common trampoline park injuries include broken bones, joint dislocations, sprains, concussions, whiplash, brain trauma, and paralysis. Doctors have in fact likened trampoline park injuries to those that can be sustained in high-velocity motor vehicle collisions and motorcycle accidents.

The trampoline park injury lawyers at Raybin & Weissman, P.C. in Nashville recognize that, while most trampoline parks are upstanding businesses that care strongly about customer safety, weak industry regulation makes it inevitable that inherently unsafe trampoline parks will be allowed to operate. Trampoline park injury cases are often complicated because you’ve most likely signed a waiver when you entered the park. These types of cases required a very skilled lawyer like Raybin & Weissman, P.C. in Nashville.

What specific measures should a trampoline park take as a way to minimize the risk of injury? To begin with, every trampoline park operator should be diligent about regularly inspecting their equipment and immediately replacing broken or otherwise compromised components such popped springs or torn safety netting. Inspections should be performed daily in accordance with a formalized checklist and documented in a way that conforms with professional record-keeping practices. A second vital safety measure is vigilant customer supervision, especially children. Park visitors who misbehave or fail to use the trampoline equipment properly should be reminded of park safety rules or asked to leave the facility, if necessary.

Being injured at a trampoline park could entitle you to financial compensation. At Raybin & Weissman, P.C., one of the highly skilled trampoline park injury lawyers on our team will be pleased to discuss your legal options during a complimentary consultation. Connect with us today.