A student who suffered a significant spinal cord injury has filed a personal injury lawsuit against popular indoor trampoline venue Extreme Air Park. Changin An was enjoying an afternoon at one of the chain’s indoor parks on October 21, 2017, when he suffered severe back injuries after landing on his back on the trampoline support fixture. Among the details included in the lawsuit is a charge that the staff did not warn An that doing a backward somersault on the equipment was dangerous. He suffered injuries to both his id and lower back. He also suffered a spinal compression fracture.
As a result of the spinal cord injury that he suffered, An claims that he suffers from pain, headaches, and fatigue as well as sleeplessness. He also suffered emotional distress and injury and is being treated for depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. He is seeking compensation for his medical expenses, both for the injuries he suffered and his future costs, as well as compensation for the loss of past and future income.
Spinal Cord Injury Case Not Only Claim Against Trampoline Park
The basis of An’s spinal cord injury lawsuit against Extreme Air is that the company was negligent. He charges them with failing to provide adequate supervision and instruction, as well as with failing to provide warning of the various dangers posed by the trampoline park’s activities. The same trampoline park is facing another negligence lawsuit for the death of a 46-year-old man who was there with his daughters. He died after diving into a foam pit in front of his children. His family makes the same accusation against the venue, accusing them of failure to supervise patrons or to provide appropriate instructions and warnings about the use of the equipment. The wrongful death lawsuit seeks compensation for the injuries that the children suffered upon witnessing their father’s death, as well as for the loss of their father’s love and guidance.