Teenager Suffered Permane…

TEENAGER SUFFERED PERMANENT INJURIES AT TRAMPOLINE PARK RESULTING IN PRODUCT LIABILITY CASE

Settlement:


**Confidential**

 

Brief Statement of Claim:

A  teenager suffered permanent ankle injuries while at a trampoline park. The trampoline park was negligent in protecting its customers from foreseeable harm, failing to supervise the trampolines and trampoline system, allowing overcrowding of the trampolines, trampoline system and facility, and failing to properly maintain its equipment. Due to the trampoline park's negligence, their customer suffered permanent injuries to her ankle causing physical pain and suffering, restriction of physical activities and excessive current and future medical expenses.

 

Channel 9 interview with Tommy Odom:

9 investigates: Reports of traumatic injuries mount at trampoline parks

 

Trial or Settlement:

Settlement

County:

Mecklenburg

Case Name and Number:

Confidential

Date Concluded: 

2019

Attorney for Plaintiff:

Tommy Odom & David Murray, The Odom Firm, PLLC of Charlotte, NC, and W. Winston Briggs, W. Winston Briggs Law Firm of Atlanta, GA.

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