Trampoline injuries

Using a trampoline is promoted as fun. But the growing popularity of trampolines among eight year-olds to adults is resulting in a dramatic increase in serious injuries – including broken necks, spinal cord injuries, and disabling head traumas, many of which result in permanent paralysis as well as death. In addition, trampolines are responsible for many less serious injuries such as broken bones, including legs, arms, and other parts of the body, as well as different types of dislocations and muscle damage.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury as a result of a trampoline accident, you should consult with a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to determine your legal rights. There is no charge or commitment for such a consultation. An accident that may appear to be no ones fault or your own fault could still result in economic recovery for you.

Responsible litigation of trampoline cases as well as adequate reporting to the CPSC has led to improved safety and standards in regard to trampoline usage and marketing. Responsible litigation also has frequently resulted in providing adequate economic recovery to provide both life care and lifetime medical expenses for those seriously injured from trampoline accidents.

If you or a loved one has been injured on a trampoline, CALL THE TRIPP LAW FIRM FOR A FREE CONSULTATION TO DISCUSS YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS 1 (888) 392-LAWS (5297).

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