Two suburban Chicago trampoline centers are being sued for injuries to children after employees allegedly failed to follow safety rules.
In both cases, the children ended up with broken legs, Chicago’s WLS-TV reports. Separate lawsuits by the injured kids’ parents blame workers at the indoor trampoline centers for causing the injuries.
The suing parents likely signed liability waivers before their children took to the trampolines. But do those waivers cover the types of injuries the lawsuits are alleging?
It appears they probably do, but the parents’ personal injury lawyers will likely argue about this issue during settlement talks or in court.