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Amusement Park Injury: Woman Sues Cedar Fair for Traumatic Brain Injury

A Michigan woman is taking legal action against Cedar Fair, the amusement park giant, claiming she suffered a traumatic brain injury in a 2021 incident where a piece of a roller coaster fell on her. 

The alarming incident occurred in August 2021 at Cedar Point’s Top Thrill Dragster roller coaster in Sandusky, Ohio. The lawsuit alleges that the incident caused “serious, permanent, disabling personal injuries,” including skull fractures and traumatic brain injury.

The lawsuit contends that Cedar Point failed to uphold reasonable care in inspecting and maintaining the roller coaster. The woman’s medical expenses have already exceeded $2 million, with projected future medical costs exceeding $10 million. She now requires assistance with daily activities for life.

Despite the park’s closure of the Top Thrill Dragster roller coaster following the incident, a state investigation did not find evidence of illegal actions or concerns about the ride’s safety. The lawsuit seeks a judgment against Cedar Fair to compensate the woman for damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, earning potential, physical pain, and more.

The amusement park injury lawsuit entered in the Erie County, Ohio, Common Pleas Court highlights the need for victims of accidents in commercial establishments to seek justice and rightful compensation. 

If you or a loved one have suffered from similar incidents, reach out to the compassionate experts at the Brain Injury Help Center in California. They will stand by you in the pursuit of justice, ensuring your rights are protected and your voice is heard. Don’t let negligence go unnoticed; take action now and reclaim your future. Contact our brain injury attorneys today.

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