Jane Doe v. Roe Company

$2.5 Million to Girl Who Suffered Brain Damage at Carnival

Jane Doe, a high school student, went to a carnival staged at a local parking lot. One of the portable rides was a swing that rotated 360 degrees.

When the volunteer riders failed to properly connect Ms. Doe, she flew out of the ride, landing on her head. Although the injuries were not as catastrophic as they could have been with this type of accident, the plaintiff sustained a closed head injury which seriously hampered her ability to perform in school or at work.

Biren Law Group established that the company that staged the carnival failed to properly train the ride operators and that the product itself was defectively designed. The defendants settled for $2.5 million, giving our client fair compensation.

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