Persuasive Playground Injuries Attorneys Representing Beaumont & Port Arthur Parents
Playgrounds hold an everlasting attraction for children. From the colorful tubes, slides and climbing walls at McDonald’s or Dairy Queen, to the monkey bars, swings and merry-go-rounds at a mall or day care center, playgrounds offer a world of fun — and potential injuries.
If your child was seriously hurt in a playground accident in Texas, turn to the skilled personal injury law firm of Portner ♦ Bond, PLLC. Our Beaumont playground injury attorneys are committed to ensuring that you and your child receive full and fair compensation for any medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages resulting from another party’s negligence. To speak with a lawyer at our firm, contact our law office today.
Common Causes of Playground Accidents
You may have a personal injury case if your child’s accident resulted from:
- Failure to exercise reasonable care: Property owners and managers have the responsibility to inspect and repair broken playground equipment, provide appropriate safety mats on the floors, properly train their staff, etc.
- Defective playground equipment: If the playground equipment itself has manufacturing, design or construction flaws, these defects can easily lead to injuries.
- Negligent supervision: At day care centers and during school and church outings to playgrounds, the adults in charge of your children have the responsibility to properly supervise all activities.
Accidents Involving Inflatable Bounce Houses
According to a study conducted by the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, injuries related to bounce houses increased by 1,500% between 1995 — 2010, with one in five injuries affecting the head or neck. These large, air-filled structures are a popular attraction at children’s birthday parties and other events. Unfortunately, collisions between bouncing children or falls onto hard surfaces can cause concussions, broken bones and other serious injuries. Portner ♦ Bond, PLLC is here to counsel and represent you in any accident case involving an inflatable bounce house or similar attraction.