Families have a right to assume that the roller coasters they ride in Florida are safe. Unfortunately, that is not always the case and people of all ages wind up in the hospital, or worse, after what was supposed to be a fun day out.

When this happens, we must always ask “How?” and investigate whether all safety precautions were taken or if anything could have been done to prevent the accident or minimize the injuries and damages sustained.

The Beregovich Law Firm represents those who have been injured in Florida roller coaster accidents, both riders and bystanders. We ask the tough questions to find out who was responsible for the accident and fight for the victim’s right to compensation for their injuries.

How Roller Coaster Accidents Happen

How Roller Coaster Accidents Happen

Just as there are many types of roller coasters, there are many ways accidents can happen. Some of the most common are:

  • Unsafe ride designs.
  • Defective manufacturing or materials used in construction of the ride.
  • Lack of routine inspections and maintenance.
  • Negligent operations and operators.
  • Negligent hiring or lack of training of park staff.

Who is ultimately liable for the accident, depends on the cause of the accident and any one of the factors listed above has caused roller coaster accidents. As soon as we are contacted about a roller coaster accident we get to work collecting and preserving evidence to build a case for the client.

You May Be Entitled To Compensation For Roller Coaster Accidents

Roller coasters are supposed to be thrilling, not deadly. If you or a loved on has suffered due to a roller coaster accident, contact The Beregovich Law Firm for a free, no obligation consultation.

We can be reached at (800) 631-9009 or via email to discuss your case and determine if you are eligible for compensation due to the negligence of others.

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