Tom’s Crosley’s article “High-Flying Danger” has been featured in the December 2016 issue of Trial magazine. In the past, we have discussed the unique and very real risk of injury that trampoline parks pose to visitors as well as the dangerous lack of regulation that applies to these parks and other similar venues such as bounce houses.
Crosley’s article outlines some of the dangers associated with trampoline parks — like the twelvefold increase in trampoline park-related injuries treated in emergency departments between 2010 and 2014 — as well as the unique legal considerations that arise when litigating trampoline injury cases.
The article also discusses Crosley Law Firm’s recently-resolved personal injury case involving the client Max M., who suffered from a TBI and other serious injuries at the trampoline park Cosmic Jump in Houston, Texas. The case was featured on Fox Sports, in part due to the role that David Beaty, the head football coach of the University of Kansas, played in Max’s rescue. You can read more about the story, which led to an $11.5 million verdict, here.
If you or someone you know has been injured at a trampoline park or other venue, you may be entitled to compensation. The law involved in these cases is complex, so your best course of action is to meet with a qualified and experienced attorney who can listen to the details of your story and then give you candid advice about whether pursuing a personal injury case is in your best interests. You can call Crosley Law Firm at (210) LAW-3000 or fill out our free case review form to get in touch with one of our attorneys and schedule a free consultation.