NYC playgrounds are designed to be safe areas for children and their parent to gather and play, but if they are not regularly maintained or designed without adherence to safety rules and regulations, accidents can happen, causing injuries and unfortunately even death. Such was the case in which an adult, not a child, was killed when a tire swing struck him in the face. Many parks have already removed certain common playground items because of safety precautions, but Paul Dansker & Aspromonte a NYC playground accident lawyers unfortunately still see plenty of cases where children sustain injuries in the parks.

 

If you or your child has been injured in a NYC playground, you have options and may be entitled to compensation should you be able to prove negligence or unsafe equipment or conditions. Paul Dansker an experienced NYC playground accident lawyer is knowledgeable about NYC playground safety rules and regulations, and can help investigate the details of the accident and determine what rights you have to compensation for medical bills and other damages, as well as a settlement if there has been an unfortunate accidental death.

 

Of course, in some cases it may simply be an issue of bad luck, or the child acting in an irresponsible manner. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t be entitled to some type of compensation for medical bills and treatment. Additionally, often times a playground accident lawyers can find fault or unsafe conditions in the park, so it is definitely worth your time and effort to contact an attorney to discuss the details of your case.

 

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