Maybe someone apologized to you immediately after your accident. Perhaps the amusement park offered to help you find the person who attacked you so that you could pursue criminal charges or a civil case against the individual who hurt you. These actions may have been made with the best of intentions, but there may be more that the amusement park can do to help you recover from a mugging, rape, or violent attack on its property.
What They Aren’t Telling You
The amusement park managers, lawyers, or insurers, may not want you to know that:
- They may bear some responsibility for what happened.
- You may have a claim not only against the person who made the attack, but also against the amusement park.
- You have the right to hire an attorney.
You also have the right to learn more about your rights and to make an informed decision about your future.
What Will You Do Now?
The choice is yours to make. You can accept the word of the amusement park’s managers and count on the person who attacked you to compensate you for your injuries—or you can find out if the amusement park is also to blame.
If you know anyone visiting Egg Harbor Fun Park, Hayward Amusement Center, or any other Wisconsin amusement park this summer, then please share this blog post on our Facebook wall or with your email list so that your loved ones can stay safe and now what to do if they are hurt.