Injured in an Amusement Ride Accident? We Can Help.
The Sacramento area offers some wonderful opportunities for amusement park rides. The California State Fair, Cal Expo and Marine World attract many thousands of visitors every year. Getting on an amusement park ride doesn’t mean taking your life into your hands, however. Park owners and operators are strictly regulated to ensure the public’s safety.
If you have been injured on an amusement ride accident, the responsible party may not be readily apparent. The landowner, the park operator, the ride owner and manufacturer, and any one of a number of governmental entities may all be at least partially responsible. We will help you identify the appropriate responsible parties and make sure that they fairly compensate you for your injuries.
“Before we worry about the money damages, we concentrate on your health. We make sure you get the medical care you need. In most cases, you won’t need health insurance and you won’t pay out-of-pocket expenses.*” — Attorney Chris Price
At Ashton & Price, we have been representing injured accident victims since we opened our doors in 1996. We know the issues relating to investigating amusement park ride injuries in California. We fight aggressively to ensure that every responsible party is held liable for their share of your damages.
Contact our offices in Fair Oaks to schedule a free consultation about your accident. We represent clients throughout the Fair Oaks and Sacramento region and throughout Northern California.
We represent clients with personal injury and wrongful death claims caused by:
- Ride malfunction
- Go-cart collisions
- Roller coaster injury
- Operator error
- Insufficient supervision
- Loading and unloading accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
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Contact us for a free consultation with one of our experienced personal injury trial lawyers. We will give you an honest evaluation of your case.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.