Bounce House Injury Attorney

Bounce house franchisees advertise to parents that they are a great place to leave children while running errands. When bounce houses are operated the way they are designed to be, that is true. Parents trust their children’s safety and well-being to a corporation that promises to provide safe care and custody.

However, many franchisees maintain unsafe property by failing to follow the specified design guidelines or failing to hire enough staff to adequately watch children. Either way, bounce house franchisees need to be held accountable when children suffer serious or catastrophic injuries.

At Chandler McNulty LLP, we represent parents throughout Houston and Texas whose children suffered injuries at bounce houses. Our attorneys bring claims against franchisees who chose to ignore safety policies and procedures, including:

  • Lack of supervision
  • Failure to follow the specified design plans
  • Failure to maintain the structure

When Safety Features Are Ignored

When bounce houses are properly staffed and designed, they can be a great place for children to play. One of the biggest safety features of bounce houses is their design. For example, a bounce house may have a second story that is designed to be placed next to a wall to ensure children cannot fall out. However, when local franchisees ignore those specifications, there are no safeguards for the children. A child who climbs to the top of the bounce house may fall to a hard surface below.

When corporations knowingly and willingly ignore safety measurements because it is inconvenient or too expensive, they need to be held accountable. Our premises liability lawyers are committed to helping families maintain or regain their financial stability after serious accidents. Learn more about the counsel we provide by scheduling a free consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling (713) 997-8310.

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