The unique attractions at an amusement park can provide a great deal of entertainment, but they also pose an inherent risk of injury — thousands of people are injured every year.
If an amusement park accident was a result of inattention or carelessness of the park or park employee, then you may have be able to file a lawsuit against the park for negligence. In order to prove negligence in a lawsuit, the injured person, plaintiff, must prove that he law required the park (defendant) to be reasonably careful, that the park or its employees were not careful, and that this carelessness led to the injury sustained by the plaintiff.
The amusement is responsible for the actions its employees. This means that if an employee was negligent and his negligence caused the injury, the injured person may sue the park. The park’s employees or the park itself may be negligent by doing something or failing to do something. Examples include: