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Amusement Park Litigation

Florida is home to some of the most spectacular amusement parks in the world. People travel long distances to enjoy themselves at the parks and show their families the time of their lives. But crowds, unusual architectural structures, and thrill rides can sometimes turn deadly and when that happens, legal action may be unavoidable. The attorneys at Hill, Rugh, Keller & Main, P.L. can help you sort through the issues of responsibility and compensation with your interests in mind.

One of the sad ironies of amusement park accidents is that, while anyone can be the victim of a mechanical failure or poor design or maintenance, the nature of amusement parks means that children may be at higher risk for injury than adults. HRKM can step in at that critical time and help you get the fair treatment you deserve.

Hill, Rugh, Keller & Main, P.L. not only handles amusement park liability claims, but has a specialist in the field: HRKM partner Congressman Ric Keller. At HRKM, we have the experience and technical knowledge necessary to successfully litigate these claims, including:

  • Investigating construction and maintenance methods, procedures and policies
  • Conducting depositions and requests for documents
  • Researching and reviewing all paperwork
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation

HRKM understands the need for speed and determination in amusement park liability claims. As with all of our litigation, we do our utmost to achieve the best possible result while trying to minimize the cost to our clients.

Based in Orlando, Florida, Hill, Rugh, Keller & Main, P.L. understands it is our job to make your life easier during the course of a lawsuit. Our firm can represent you. We are committed to providing a comprehensive evaluation of commercial litigation claims and specific recommendations on the best way to help you achieve a successful result. HRKM has an “AV” rating by the Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating system, which signifies the highest level of professional excellence a firm can achieve.