Log flumes and the theme parks they are so often found in can be incredibly fun, but they can also be somewhat dangerous. If you or your child have had an accident at a theme park and it wasn’t your or their fault, there is a big chance we could be able to claim compensation for you. Some injuries you might sustain at a theme park include head injuries, lacerations, cuts, bruises, chipped teeth, broken bones, facial injuries and eye injuries. Talk to us today if you’ve been injured on a log flume or if you need to claim for someone who has.
Have you been injured on a log flume?
It’s down to the owners and managers of theme parks to ensure that their rides and facilities are safe. If an injury occurred because of poor maintenance, we may well be able to assist you and hold those responsible to account. You don’t need any money to start a claim with Accident Advice Helpline and we work on a no-win, no-fee basis. We have handled many cases involving accidents at theme parks in the past and we have been in the personal injury claims business since 2000.
There are many other reasons why you might have an accident at a theme or water park. You could become injured because of a broken slide, a log flume that hits the water too fast and causes head or facial injuries, insufficient water at slides and general staff negligence. Thankfully, we are here to help you get compensation so you can cover all costs related to accidents including lost earnings, medical expenses and much more.
Are you ready to take action?
Why not find out if you’re eligible to claim today? We do advise you to keep hold of all evidence related to your case including photographs of your injuries, witness contact details and medical reports. Without sufficient evidence, we won’t be able to help you, so if you’re not sure whether you need something or not it’s best to assume you do. You can claim on your child’s behalf if they were the one that was injured. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 if you’re on your landline or 0333 500 0993 if you’re on your mobile and need to take legal action after you or your child has been injured on a log flume.
Date Published: May 9, 2017
Author: Accident Advice