The greater Tampa Bay area, including Orlando, is home to some of the country's finest and most visited amusement parks and tourist attractions. Not only do Floridians enjoy the parks, but so do thousands of vacationers each and every year. These parks include such places as the following:
Lowry Park Zoo
Islands of Adventure
Wet N Wild
According to the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions (IAAPA), approximately 280,000,000
guests visited amusement parks in the United States and safely enjoyed
rides during the past reported year. A recent Fixed-Site Amusement Ride Injury Survey highlights that an estimated 1,086 ride related injuries occurred in the past reported year. Roughly
of those injuries were further reported as "serious," meaning they required some form of extended treatment at a hospital or resulted in a
. Based upon recent statistics, approximately 6 percent of all amusement park rides result in serious injuries. Children more often sustain injuries on amusement park rides as opposed to adults. A
Tampa Amusement Park Injury Attorney
can assist in ensuring the amusement park adhered to the appropriate laws and/or ordinances which they are required to follow.
If you or a loved one is injured while you are at one of the Florida theme parks, it is extremely important that you:
Immediately seek medical attention.
Report your injury and the accident to the appropriate theme park personnel prior to exiting the park.
Request a copy of the incident report and/or documentation verifying your accident and injuries.
Contact us, your Tampa Amusement Park Injury Lawyer.
Should you have any questions regarding any injury or wrongful death occurring upon one of Florida's amusement parks, please contact us, your Tampa Personal Injury Attorney.