trampoline park lawsuit

A lawsuit was filed … by the parents of a Houston teenager who suffered seizures and a traumatic brain injury after falling through a torn trampoline canvas at a local trampoline park last June.

Mike and Traci Menchaca sued National Trampoline Entertainment Centers and National Trampoline Entertainment Dallas, II, D/B/A “Cosmic Jump” in Harris County District Court, seeking damages to include the teen’s past and future medical expenses, as well as his loss of future earning capacity. …

Max Menchaca’s injuries occurred when he fell into an unprotected area underneath the trampoline platform …

Several states, including Arizona, Michigan, Utah, and California have proposed new regulations to promote greater safety and accountability by trampoline parks. Similar measures have not yet been proposed in Texas. …

Parents of Brain-Injured Teen File Lawsuit Against Houston Trampoline Park

Cosmic Jump

Like most coaches, I’m astonished these places in the USA have not been sued out of business.

Kids should learn trampoline with a qualified coach.

related – cosmicjump.com

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#2 dianajc99 on 02.22.14 at 1:11 pm

I wonder what the base insurance costs or for these places.
Some go out of there way with the safety training.in northen cal we had the same gym from usa gymnastics give a pit safety lecture.

#3 Clinton on 02.22.14 at 10:27 pm

Does anyone know if these places have had any affect on gymnastics centres? Do they take any business away from gyms? or conversely do they get people interested in gymnastics? or have they had not effect at all?

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