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- CATEGORY Premises Liability
The duty of care owed by an owner of land to those on the premises depends on the legal status of the person with regard to the property. A business invitee is a person who enters the premises of another for a purpose connected with the business or other interest of the landowner. A patron at an amusement park/theme park/water park is a business invite.
An amusement park owner has a duty to exercise reasonable and ordinary care in keeping the property reasonably safe for the benefit of its patrons. The amusement park owner also has a duty to warn of or make safe nonobvious dangerous conditions that are known, or should be known, by them. An amusement park owner must also use ordinary care in the active operations on their property.
The US Consumer Products Safety Commission (“CPSC”) estimates that more than 37,300 people went to the emergency room in 2015 after getting hurt on amusement and water park rides. These cases can be very complex and have many nuances. If you or someone you know has been injured in an amusement park, theme park, or water park in Florida, call us at (786) 361-4037. We may be able to assist you. All consultations are free.