Amusement Parks and Personal Injury Claims

Every year thousands of injuries happen in amusement parks all around the United States, and these injuries range from minor ones (cuts and bruises) to severe and life-threatening (head injuries and broken bones). Those who visit amusement parks and get injured may be confused on who to put the blame on and to whom a personal injury claim should be addressed. According to Williams Kherkher, in order to have personal injury claim against an amusement park, it should be proven that the management and people working in the grounds were negligent in their duty to ensure the safety of their customers. If their negligence or reckless actions contributed to the injury of the victim, then a personal injury claim or lawsuit is possible.

There are many types of injuries that can occur in an amusement park, and these may be due to a number of factors. Aside from a personal injury claim due to negligence, the victim or their kin can file a product liability claim against the manufacturer of the rides. The type of claim or lawsuit would depend generally on the nature of the accident. The management of the amusement park and their employees can be held accountable for negligence if it is their carelessness or reckless behavior contributed to the accident. Negligent action or inaction of the employee may be basis for the lawsuit.

On the other hand, manufacturers of the amusement park rides can also be responsible for the accident. Defective amusement park rides may be due to poor maintenance, operation, use, or incomplete inspection. As plaintiff, you should be able to prove that the faulty design or poor maintenance was the factor that caused the accident. There are government regulations that look after the safety of these amusement parks, but there are states that have their own laws regarding safety inspections and checking for the amusement parks’ compliance with safety regulations.

Microdermabrasion

Using makeup may prove useful in concealing some skin damages and/or some years off, but this can mean a rather thick application and something that will need to be done every day – a sure waste of time and, probably, money on creams, facial powder and the likes.

By increasing the collagen production, however, one can easily regain a youthful appearance. This means a smoother, healthier and a much younger looking you. How? Through the now very famous Microdermabrasion treatment – a non-invasive (non-surgical) skin resurfacing or cosmetic procedure, wherein dead skin cells are exfoliated to allow the development of fresher and smoother skin. Through the expert care of board-certified cosmetic doctors or dermatologists, anyone can have his/her stretch marks, enlarged pores, acne scars, acne, hyperpigmentation, black heads, fine lines, enlarged pores, wrinkles and age spots, either greatly reduced or removed.

Microdermabrasion is a skin resurfacing procedure that involves the use of a minimally abrasive instrument designed to gently sand the skin, removing thick and uneven skin surface in the process. In the older procedure a vacuum, which suctioned loosened or dead skin, was used; the new procedure makes use of a device that has a diamond-tipped wand that is slowly moved across the skin to exfoliate it.

Besides the fact that the treatment does not require a recovery period, its result is long lasting. Some clients, for faster and much better results, choose to undergo two treatments within a month, then reducing it to one (for assured maintenance care) afterwards.

After treatment, clients usually experience swelling and redness for a few hours and then see flaky skin for some days – these are the natural results of the treatment. The only concern clients ought to worry about is keeping away from the sunlight as the skin will become more sensitive to it. For added protection, the use of sunscreen lotion and other special moisturizers are recommended by microdermabrasion treatment experts.

Records from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery show microdermabrasion in the list of the top five non-surgical cosmetic procedures demanded by millions of Americans every year. There are different cosmetic procedures, in fact, that cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists now offer that will help stop or reduce the signs of aging and treat skin problems; each procedure (or a combination of some) is directed to treat specific parts of the face, neck, chest, hands, legs and other parts of the body.

The Des Moines medical spa services by Bergman Folkers Plastic Surgery at www.bergmancosmeticsurgery.com, offers various treatments, all under the care and personally attended to by licensed and board-certified cosmetic surgeons for the best results and optimum client safety. This practice is also to comply with industry standards, which require the performance of cosmetic procedures, whether surgical or non-surgical, only by licensed experts.