Amusement Park Accident Lawsuit Funding
Amusement parks are traditionally associated with summertime fun for children, adults, and families. The season typically kicks off with Memorial Day weekend. Amusement parks attract millions of people ever year, and although most will spend the day without incident, accidents do occur -- whether due to mechanical failure, consumer behavior or unforeseen health issue, or operator behavior such as in the case at a Colorado amusement park on August 11, 2010. Fifteen people were injured when a train ride derailed. The operator of the ride at Tiny Town Park was found to have been driving the train as much as five times the normal speed limit when it went off the tracks. This is a perfect illustration of how good times can go wrong at amusement parks.
No matter how an amusement park accident occurs, if you or a loved one were injured at an amusement park, carnival ride, or water park, you may be entitled to compensation for current and future expenses, and punitive damages. Three types of law may apply – negligence, premises liability, and product liability law. An experienced attorney can evaluate whether the injury occurred due to a product malfunction – design and/or maintenance negligence or a premises liability – the safety of the property.
These types of personal injury or wrongful death cases can take months or even years before a settlement is reached. Fortunately, for those people that have financial responsibilities and in some cases loss of income due to the accident, lawsuit funding is an option.
Lawsuit Financial, the pro-justice litigation funding company can provide a non-recourse lawsuit cash advance for amusement park accidents. We provide pre-settlement and post-settlement funding so regardless of where you are in the legal process, we can help. Once you apply online or via phone, we immediately evaluate your case. If approved for a lawsuit cash advance, we will wire the money to your account. If you lose your case, you owe us nothing, not even the cash advance. If you have questions regarding pre-settlement funding for your amusement park accident, contact Lawsuit Financial for a no-obligation consultation.