Six Flags Settles Three Personal Injury Lawsuits Prior To Opening For The Year.

Although a personal injury lawsuit may not be the first thing that those injured want to do, it may be the only way for victims and their families to begin recovering from their physical and economic losses. Personal injury victims are entitled to monetary relief to help pay for their medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages which were a result of their injuries. The personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Gilbert R. Hoy, Jr. and Affiliates have decades of experience, which is why plaintiffs can rely on us as the person who can help guide them through the complicated litigation process.

The Six Flags located just outside of St. Louis, Missouri has settled three personal injury lawsuits ahead of its opening for this year. According to court documents, two of the lawsuits were related to injuries sustained after the Boomerang rollercoaster stopped mid-ride in 2016.  All three lawsuits were filed by the parents of teenagers. Two of the teenagers are 16 years-old and the third is a 15 year-old.

According to court documents, the Boomerang lawsuits were settled for $2,432.89 and $3,121.10. The other lawsuit was related to injuries sustained when a tree branch fell on the victim near the Old Chicago Train Station. That was settled for $10,000. Per Missouri law, any serious injury sustained on an amusement park ride must be immediately reported to the State Fire Marshall. The operator of the ride must also cease operation until the Missouri Department of Public Safety has determined that the ride is safe for public use.

If you or a loved one have suffered some type of physical injury because of the negligent acts of another, then you may be entitled to monetary relief in the form of damages for your pain and suffering, your medical bills, and your lost wages.  Our team of personal injury attorney experts here at our Boston, Massachusetts law firm have been recognized nationally for their excellence and are available to you 24/7 by phone at 617-787-3700 and by email at info@gilhoylaw.com.  Call today for a free and confidential consultation. Your needs are our top priority!

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