Protecting The Rights Of Victims Injured In Playground And Trampoline Accidents
The use of trampolines has been a favorite playground and backyard activity of children and adults throughout Connecticut for decades. Unfortunately, it is also among the more dangerous. So much so, that some insurance companies will deny coverage to families who own one. Playgrounds, schools and homeowners who choose to make trampolines available assume the premises liability risk associated with using them.
If your child or anyone else in your family has been seriously injured due to using a trampoline, you would be well-advised to seek out a qualified personal injury lawyer who knows the law and will fight to protect your interests. The Connecticut trampoline accident lawyers at the law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, LLC, in North Haven represent clients in a broad range of these cases.
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When you hire our firm, we conduct a complete investigation into the incident to determine exactly how the injuries occurred and if negligence played a part. Oftentimes, negligent supervision can lie at the heart of an accident. If a person in charge stops inappropriate behavior, the accident could be avoided completely. In other cases, a manufacturer’s defect could be to blame. We work tirelessly to see that all negligent parties are held accountable.
Our firm can represent you in any kind of trampoline accident injury, including:
- Broken bones
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Wrongful death
Contact Our Firm
Contact our office today to discuss your trampoline accident and learn more about what we can do to help you. You can reach us online or call 203-896-4631 to arrange a free case evaluation. We are located near New Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available.
We handle all trampoline accident cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.