21 children injured at San Diego’s Vault PK

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Last weekend 21 children ages 5 to 14 were injured when a large wooden viewing platform and staircase collapsed, sending the children to the floor below. In all, 23 people were rushed to local San Diego hospitals, three with spinal injuries. PK Vault is a gymnastics-type facility that offers kids the chance to do parkour in a lively upbeat environment.

 

There will no doubt be personal injury liability against PK Vault, and very possibly others, including the building’s owners. Under California law, a building owner or occupier has a duty to maintain the premises free of dangerous conditions to all invitees. A failure to do so, constitutes premises liability, and the owners and business can be held liable to those injuries.

 

Personal injury law would allow any person injured to seek compensation for their injuries, including payment of all medical bills, and a sum for pain and suffering – damages that compensation for the impact an injury has had on a person’s life.

 

For two decades, Walton Law Firm has been representing individuals and families in cases of personal injury, including premises liability cases. It is currently offering free consultations for any person who suspect that they might have a personal injury case. For case inquiries, please call (760) 571-5500.

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