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David is awesome! Settled my case quickly and is definitely the right man for the job. Highly recommended.”

Rich H., Client

With 20 years of experience serving the South Florida community, Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyer David I. Fuchs has successfully represented amusement park accident victims, their families and friends who have sustained and suffered serious bodily injuries or death because of the negligence of the owners, operators, employees, maintenance staff or other parties at an amusement park.

The amusement park industry is extremely lucrative. The industry in total collects over $10 billion yearly. Although the park owners make such large profits, they often fail to spend the proper funds necessary to help make their parks safer. On average, there are over 500 million visits to the nation’s amusement parks each year. Over half of these visits include permanent theme parks across the United States, and a small portion involves smaller fairs or carnivals that travel from place to place.

Is safety an issue?

Safety is always an issue in amusement parks. Visitors often assume that park operators are taking the appropriate safety measures, however, this is not always the case. Accidents have been known to occur to riders, bystanders, and even park attendants. Whenever human and machines work together toward a common purpose, there will always be cause for error.

What are the statistics?

According to the safety commission, over 10,000 people are hospitalized yearly for ride-related injuries. This number only accounts for those reported to emergency rooms. This number does not account for those who visit local or family physicians or even those treated at the scene by paramedics.

Fixed-site rides

  • Accounted for almost 7,000 of the total injuries on average yearly.
  • Most injuries occurred to children 10-14 years old (approx 18%), children 5-9 (approx 13%) and 15-19 years old (approx 14%) and even victims 0-4 years old (6.3%).
  • Females (approx 70%) were injured about 1.5 times more often than males (approx 40%).

Mobile rides

  • Mobile rides accounted for a yearly average of 4,000 of the total injuries.
  • Attraction injuries increased as the use of inflatable attractions increased.
  • Of these injuries, men and women were affected almost equally: 54% of males and 46% of females.

Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer David I. Fuchs will represent you for injuries that include, but are not limited to:

  1. Injuries requiring surgery, sutures, staples
  2. Traumatic Brain Injury, including those caused by oxygen deprivation
  3. Severe burns resulting in significant and permanent scarring
  4. Mental anguish and emotional distress, death
  5. Those injuries caused by an operator of a ride that is drunk, impaired or otherwise under the influence of narcotics or drugs

After an accident on an amusement park ride, it is imperative to call the police to the accident scene, seek immediate medical treatment. It is then vital to seek legal counsel to protect your legal rights by calling Fort Lauderdale injury attorney David I. Fuchs who will take your call and speak with you immediately about your accident at an amusement park. Attorney David I. Fuchs will then stand ready to fight for you to see that you get compensation for your pain and suffering, any lost wages and medical bills.

Call accident attorney David I. Fuchs at his Fort Lauderdale office Toll-Free at (800) 570-2858 for a free consultation to discuss your amusement park accident case. You may also write to Lawyer Attorney David I. Fuchs by filling out the form on the “Contact Us” page.”

Accident lawyer David I. Fuchs will send a representative to see you if there is any reason you cannot come to our Ft Lauderdale location. We speak English and Spanish. Se habla Inglés y Español.

Si usted ha sufrido una lesión de cualquier tipo debido a la negligencia de otro, llame al abogado David Fuchs.