Texas Children's Hospital has seen many child injuries come through its doors, and trampolines have been blamed for some injuries in children between the ages of 5 and 10. In the event your child is injured in a trampoline accident, there may be third parties that can be held liable. You should seek help from an Austin personal injury attorney.
Common Child Injuries Due to Trampoline Accidents
According to the chief of pediatric orthopedics and scoliosis at Texas Children's Hospital, Dr. William A. Phillips, approximately 100,000 children between 5 and 10 years old are injured annually on trampolines. Common injuries include:
- concussion/head trauma;
- back injury;
- paralysis; and
A good way to reduce the risk of your child suffering injuries while playing on a trampoline is to make sure the trampoline is in a controlled environment with supervision.
Trampolines can be fun at any age, but unexpected accidents can occur that result in serious injuries. When your child has been injured due to another's negligence such as a faulty part in a product or irresponsible supervision, you may be eligible to file a claim. Your Austin personal injury attorney can evaluate your case and fight for your legal rights.
Contacting an Austin Personal Injury Attorney
Before you take the important step of hiring an attorney, educate yourself about what you can expect from a Texas child injury case. Order this free guide for Texas accident victims and learn:
- What to ask a lawyer before hiring him or her to take your case.
- The most common reasons a Texas personal injury claim will fail.
- What you can do to protect your injury claim.
Not every child injury case requires the help of an attorney and we can help you to determine whether yours is one of those cases! If you are ready to get started with your case, we urge you to contact us today for a FREE case evaluation - 1-512-472-7799.