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New Jersey’s Most Dangerous Amusement Parks 2017

A day at an amusement park is usually a fun-filled experience. Park-goers generally feel that they can rely on ride operators to properly inspect and maintain the park attractions, and most of the time they’re right. However, when they’re wrong, the day can quickly turn from fun to disastrous. If a ride is not properly inspected or well-maintained, riders can sustain serious injuries.

If you or a loved one have been injured at an amusement park or fair, the national amusement park injury lawyers at Reiff Law Firm may be able to take your case. The amusement park will likely not have your best interest in mind, but our dedicated professionals will. Our attorneys have extensive experience seeking justice for those who have been injured at amusement parks around the country. We will fight to get you compensation for your injuries. Call us today at (215) 709-6940 for a free consultation on your amusement park injury case.

Overall New Jersey Theme Park Accident Statistics

New Jersey state law requires that all incidents occurring at amusement parks and fairs be reported. Fortunately, it appears that safety in New Jersey amusement parks is on the rise, according to data from the Department of Community Affairs. Despite the tragedy that occurred in July after a fatal accident at the Ohio State Fair.

Top 10 Most Unsafe New Jersey Parks

NJ.com has released a breakdown of the top 10 most unsafe parks in the state:

  • 10, 8, 9 = Tied between Central Pier Arcade and Speedway (Atlantic City); Land of Make Believe (Hope Township); and Playland and Castaway Cove (Ocean City). All three parks these parks saw five incidents each from June 2015 through July 2017.
  • 7 = Storybook Land (Egg Harbor Township). There were six registered incidents at this park, with no particular ride more responsible for injuries than any other.
  • 6 = Casino Pier (Seaside Heights). Seven incidents occurred at Casino Pier, with most being caused by the Moby Dick ride. Passengers complained of electric shocks to their feet and elbows.
  • 5, 4 = Tied between Clementon Park and Splash World (Clementon); and Six Flags Great Adventure (Jackson). Clementon Park and Splash World had a reported 15 incidents, with six of the accidents coming from the HellCat and Laguna Kahuna rides. Riders on HellCat, a long wooden coaster ride, complained of cuts to the head when making contact with the lap bar.
  • 3 = Breakwater Beach (Seaside Heights). The waterpark reported 22 incidents during the stated two-year period. A waterslide called Two if by Sea was responsible for the most accidents, causing visitors to bump themselves on the side of the tubes.
  • 2 = Splash Zone Water Park (Wildwood). Splash Zone had a whopping 34 incidents reported over the last two years. This represents a huge increase, as only six accidents were seen at the park between 2010 to 2014.
  • 1 = Action Park (Vernon). Action Park ranked number one for overall number of accidents, bringing in 46 reported accidents.

According to the statistics, the most unsafe overall ride overall is the Flow Rider at Splash Zone. The single ride accounted for 16 injuries, with the Colorado River Ride of Action Park coming in second with 11 injuries.

Contact an Amusement Park Injury Lawyer

The amusement park injury attorneys at Reiff Law Firm represent people who were injured at amusement parks, state fairs, carnivals, and festivals throughout the United States. We have decades of experience fighting for the rights of those who have been injured. Never accept the park or ride owner’s word that the ride was properly inspected or safe. Our attorneys will do what it takes to seek justice for your case and ensure that negligent third parties are held responsible. Call (215) 709-6940 today for a free consultation with our amusement park injury lawyers.

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