Each year, thousands of people are injured at amusement parks, whether from water slides, roller coasters, slip-and-fall incidents, bumper cars, or some other reason. If you are harmed at a park or one of your family members is injured, it is important that you understand your rights and know what to do next. In certain circumstances where an injury is caused by the negligence or error of the park owner or management, the injured party may be eligible to bring a negligence claim against the park.
The brain is arguably the most important organ in the body. Since it is the main processing center for all nervous, memory, and sensory activity, any sort of damage to the brain can be a serious matter and potentially have life-altering consequences. Unlike other parts of the body which can heal themselves over time, brain tissue does not regenerate once damaged, making it extremely difficult for individuals to fully recover after a traumatic brain injury. For this reason, if you have been involved in a car accident, slip and fall, or any other type of traumatic accident, it is vital you see a doctor as soon as possible to protect yourself against possible long-term medical consequences.