Amusement Park Accident FAQ
Legal Information On Theme Park Accidents In Florida
The Florida amusement park accident attorneys of Greenberg, Stone & Urbano offer more than 130 years of combined experience litigating amusement park accident cases against the largest theme parks in Florida and elsewhere.
In this amusement park accident FAQ section, our trial lawyers provide legal information and answer some of the questions about amusement park accidents that we have been asked most frequently throughout the decades:
- Can I sue an amusement park for injuries?
- How long do I have to file a lawsuit against an amusement park?
- What laws regulate amusement parks in Florida?
- Do I need a lawyer after an amusement park accident?
You will find legal information about issues such as deadlines for filing accident claims, dangerous rides and legal regulation of Florida's amusement parks.
In addition to reading the information in this amusement park accident FAQ, you may also want to review some of our past notable amusement park accident cases.
We understand that this amusement park FAQ may not answer all your questions, especially if you have recently suffered serious injury at a theme park in Florida or elsewhere.
Greenberg, Stone & Urbano is a law firm with the resources to fight large corporations to get justice for individuals whose lives have been forever changed due to a serious accident. Our legal team brings more than 130 years' combined experience to bear on behalf of our clients' cases.
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