Indoor trampoline parks seem like an ideal way to spend an afternoon with the family, but there are serious risks amidst all that fun. According to SafeBee, an initiative from United Laboratories (UL) dedicated to making neighborhoods and communities safe, the experience for many participants is cut short by a visit to the emergency room. There has even been one recorded fatality due to a broken neck incurred while jumping. The concerns for parents are troubling and understandable, since indoor trampoline parks are particularly appealing to children.
If you or someone you know was hurt in an accident while jumping at a trampoline park, a Miami premises liability attorney can assist with your legal options. To understand what they are, some background information may be helpful.
Statistics on Indoor Trampoline Injuries