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Amusement Park Injury Claims

Legal Representation for Amusement Accident Victims across the United States

The Doan Law Firm offers immediate consultation — for which there is no obligation. The Doan Law Firm has the knowledge and experience to quickly give you a feel for the legal validity or the legal climate in the jurisdiction of your claim.

The Doan Law Firm represents injuries in all amusement park venues. But the one underlying fact in all states is that there are usually statutes of limitation, which means you’ll only have a certain amount of time to file an amusement park injury lawsuit. In all cases, it’s important for the injured party to contact us as soon as possible.

Your situation will be assessed by our amusement park injury lawyers, after which we will make the determination on whether or not you have a valid claim under that state’s law for damages. That includes reviewing all medical reports and records pertinent to the case, working with medical experts to determine the full extent — and full and future cost — of your injuries, up to and including procedures, surgeries, physical therapy, occupational therapy, emotional therapy and rehabilitation.

We will also sort and gather all evidence from police reports, press accounts, eyewitness accounts, and any accident scene photos for evidence to support your claim. With this evidence, we will retain experts, such as accident investigators, safety inspectors, contractors and subcontractors, among others, to establish the liability for the accident and injury.

To help you in your claim, The Doan Law Firm employs lawyers with decades of experience with amusement park injury lawsuit experience.

Contact one of our experienced lawyers any time, day or night, for a free consultation at (800) 349-0000.

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