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Recent Posts About Waterpark Accidents

  • Illinois Lawmakers Consider Stricter Penalties for Boating DUI

    Water accident attorneys at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm report on several bills in Illinois Congress that would significantly increase penalties for people who operate boats while intoxicated. The series of measures would, among other provisions, require those convicted of a boating DUI to have their driver’s license suspended as well. That bill is sponsored by a state senator representing ...
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  • Girl Contracts ‘Brain-Eating’ infection from Water Park

    Water park injury lawyers at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm report on a recent, extremely troubling story out of Arkansas, involving a 12-year-old girl who contracted a deadly ‘brain-eating’ amoeba while she was at a water park in Little Rock. The girl is currently in a medically-induced coma and, if she survives, will be the third person ever to do so. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
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  • Boy Remains in Coma after Cruise Ship Near-Drowning

    Pool drowning lawyers at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm report that the four-year-old boy that recently suffered a near-drowning aboard a Disney Fantasy cruise ship remains in a coma. This incident, along with a second drowning in March 2013, is prompting concerns over the company’s no-lifeguard policy. The four-year-old was with his family on a week-long Caribbean Disney cruise at the time of the ...
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  • Illinois Man Suffers Deadly Water Park Accident Injury

    A tragic water park accident that recently took the life of an Illinois man highlights the dangers posed by summer attractions such as water slides, wave pools, and amusement parks. The 21-year old drowning victim was enjoying a popular water park ride when he suffered a fatal water park injury. Our premise liability lawyers are warning families of the risk involved in many fun summer activities, ...
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