Injuries and wrongful deaths occur from time to time at amusement parks such as Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags Whitewater. Atlanta premise liability lawyers and attorneys are the most capable of handling such cases, and it is best that these lawyers get involved as quickly as possible to prevent the destruction of any evidence. Surveillance tapes may be destroyed after 30 days, for example, and these tapes could prove to be the most valuable evidence in pursuing a case against the amusement park.
In a recent case, a teenager was seriously injured when she was chased by costumed characters at Six Flags Over Georgia. While trying to escape the chase of the character, the teenager ran into a railing and fractured her hip. Extensive surgery was required to repair the injury, and the teenage will have permanent scarring and discomfort as a result.
While Six Flags denied liability for the teenager's injuries, the case eventually settled for $125,000.00. As a premise liability law firm, we understand that sometime's it is better to settle a case that to take it to trial. In this circumstance, the Plaintiff was willing to accept the offer of settlement made by the amusement park.