Yes we do, in fact I recently handled an amusement park case where my client was entering onto a ride, she slipped and fell on some defective steps and was injured. In investigating these cases it is important to note that there is some level of assumption of the risk. So the nature of your injury is going to determine whether or not a claim can be made. Assumption of the risk simply means that you engage in an activity that you could foresee could cause harm. So, if you go on a roller coaster and you come off the roller coaster with a little bit of a sore back, but not a serious injury, well, it is unlikely really that you make a claim for that not only because it’s not a large claim that would warrant an attorney’s involvement, but also because it is expected that you’re going to be jostled and pushed around on a roller coaster.
If, on the other hand, you are injured because there is a defect to the property an amusement park is no different that any other property owner. They have a duty to make their property safe, particularly if they’re asking you to enter onto their property to spend your money. So, in short, Berger and Green does and has handled amusement park cases.