Theme Park | Personal Injury

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Theme Park | Premises Liability

A business entity and or proprietor of a theme park is required to:

  • Use due care to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition;
  • Use reasonable care when operating, supervising and inspecting their premises for any unsafe conditions that could cause harm (injury or death) to others;
  • Use due care to repair or warn of anything that could reasonably be expected to cause harm (injury or death) to others.

Theme Park | Duty of Care

Courts have routinely held that theme park operators owe a duty of care to the customers they services. Example court holdings include:

  • Water Skiing and Swimming Facilities:  There is a duty of care to supervise and protect their guests from others' wrongful conduct; and
  • Slide at Amusement Park:  An owner must use reasonable care to see that all equipment is constructed and maintained appropriately, and to make sure that their equipment is operated properly by their employees.

Theme Park | Non-Delegable Duty

A proprietor's duty to use reasonable care in the operation, maintenance, inspection and supervision of its theme park is non-delegable meaning that an owner can not avoid liability by hiring an independent contractor to perform these tasks;  owners may be held liable for injuries incurred by their patrons from the negligence of an independent contractor or concessionaire.

Theme Park | Negligence Per Se

A theme park owner's (operator') violation of a statute or a regulation may give rise to a presumption of negligence under negligence per se and shifts the burden to the owner that their violation was not the cause of the harm (injury or death) suffered.

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