Our knowledge is informed by our experiences with numerous trampoline injury cases as well as similar cases in the news and information from related experts. Unfortunately, modern trampoline safety measures have not significantly reduced injury rates. Safety measures like netting, perimeter enclosures, and padding have not lead to a significant decline in trampoline injuries. As both videos on this page indicate, there are a large number of medical experts who are concerned over what – if anything – can be done to make the parks safer, except for stopping children from jumping altogether.
In the case of Arizona, some are attempting to make trampoline parks safer by introducing bills for park regulation, similar to laws that set standards for amusement parks. The Arizona House Bill 2179 included some of the following provisions:
Regardless of legislation and safety devices, there is still a great risk when jumping, performing gymnastic moves, flying high in the air, and bouncing with others.
Crosley Law Firm has experience with trampoline injury cases, and we know what to expect from trampoline parks. If you would like to submit a trampoline injury case for a free online evaluation, please submit your information for a free case review.