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Theme parks need to report medical issues

Amusement parks are created to generate fun for children of all ages. Thousands and thousands of people visit amusement parks every year. Most people have a fun-filled day. But, what about those that did not?

Over a recent period of two years, close to 300 medical issues were reported after visitors went on certain rides. They included back and/or neck pain, cracked ribs, chipped teeth, lacerations and twisted ankles. Amusement parks must report to the state when a visitor seeks medical attention. The state investigates most serious reports.

Rides where visitors complained of injuries included Splash Mountain in Disneyland, Ghost Rider and Xcelerator in Knott's Berry Farm.

If you are injured on a ride at an amusement park, contact an experienced San Bernardino Personal Injury attorney who will investigate the incident to see if you are entitled to compensation for your expenses, including medical.

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