This is what stands out. Rider's feet are supposed to be in the middle of the float at all times until they land in the splash pool. How did she get smashed if she fell out?"When she fell off, another rider’s foot “smashed violently into (her) head”"
Like I said, there is an unpredictability with a water park that doesn't completely exist in a regular theme park
I've flipped over on a few water park raft rides. I didn't know it was grounds for lawsuit. Let me go collect these coins.
Just reading this (headed to VB Weds). But the more I learn about lawsuits- even the ones that seem frivolous- there can always be backstories. And often times, lawsuits are the only thing that makes companies/corporations change and "hold their feet to the fire", so to speak. The McDonald's million dollar coffee lawsuit is a perfect example of this. McDonalds was 100% in the wrong there and only because of the lawsuit, adjusted and enforced their policies.