Trampoline Park Injuries
For a surprisingly large number of children, a seemingly innocent afternoon at a local trampoline park can end with a trip to the emergency room - or worse - due to failing equipment, poor supervision and overcrowding.
This frightening scenario became reality for several parents in the Pacific Northwest, who recently filed lawsuits against Sky High Sports after their children suffered broken bones and fractures while using the facility. Read more about their stories via this news release and other media material.
Sadly, these families are not alone. Trampoline accidents nationwide resulted in 92,000 emergency room visits in 2010, and the numbers are on the rise. Learn more about the dangers of trampoline parks and share information to help warn other parents and keep kids safe.
If your child has been injured at a trampoline park anywhere in the U.S. and you know these dangers firsthand, contact us to discuss your legal options. Even if you signed a liability waiver, you may still be eligible to take legal action against a negligent trampoline park facility.
Trampoline Park Dangers
Keep your kids and your friends' families safe by spreading the word about the risk of injury at trampoline parks. Download and share this helpful infographic to help prevent more injuries.
Serious Injuries Cast Shadow on Trampline Park Safety
SEATTLE - For a surprisingly large number of parents, a seemingly innocent trip to a local trampoline park can end with a trip for their children to the emergency room - or worse - due to failing equipment, poor supervision and overcrowding, Seattle attorney Sim Osborn warns.
Have you been injured?
Have you or your child been injured at Sky High Sports or another trampoline park? We will work with you to determine your legal options. Even if a liability waiver was signed, you may still be able to take action. In Washington state, these safety waivers for minors have already been ruled null and void, and they may be called into question in other states.