Were you or a loved one injured in a bounce house?
If you or a loved one were injured in a Bounce House, your rights as a Bounce House participant may have been violated. Depending on the circumstances of your Bounce House injury, the violation of your rights might have caused your injury. Owners and renters of Bounce Houses must follow the laws and rules. When they don’t, innocent people get injured. Our firm assists victims of Bounce House injuries. Let us help you.
Having successfully litigated Bounce House injury and premises liability cases, the Baird Law Group appreciates the intricacies and complexity of bounce house injury lawsuits.
Bounce House Liabilities
Who is responsible for bounce house injuries? Several people or companies could be at fault, including:
- The operator/supervisor of the bounce house when the injury occurred
- The renter—the person, group, entity, or organization responsible for leasing the bounce house (often the same person who is required to supervise the ride during the lease)
- The business that leased the bounce house to the renter
- The bounce house installer.
Bounce House Injury News
Bounce house dangers are real; Football is back; and we recap the 6th Annual Purple Party. Baird Law Group September 2014 Newsletter
We don’t want Summer to end, but we also don’t want our children (or us) injured while having fun. We encourage you to either stay away from bounce houses, or take extra precautions and always watch your children while they play. Bounce Houses are So Fun and So Dangerous
Everything you need to know about Back to School (maybe not everything) and the date for Are You Safe’s 6th Annual Purple Party! Baird Law Group August 2014 Newsletter