Cooper, Schall & Levy Help A Client Injured While Snow Tubing Recover $500,000 Due To Improperly Designed Course
Attorneys: Charles Cooper
Facts: Our client was snow tubing at a ski resort at which time she engaged a turn at a high rate of speed and was ejected off of the course. As a result of her accident, the client sustained a fractured neck and was required to undergo cervical spinal fusion surgery. Our firm retained a licensed engineer to inspect the snow tubing course.
As a result of his inspection, it was determined that the course was improperly designed for the sport of snow tubing. This case was brought against the governmental agency that owned the ski resort and which agency was responsible for the construction of the snow tubing course. As a result of the fact that a governmental agency was involved, our firm recovered the maximum amount allowable under the law for our seriously injured client.