Compensation for Inflatable Bouncy House Injury

Can a child sue for traumatic brain injury or broken bones caused by a bouncy house?

When a child is injured, an adult can sue on the child’s behalf. Any money won in a settlement or verdict is put in trust for the child.

Can the owner of the bouncy house and the business that rented the bounce house be sued?

Yes, you may have the right to sue both the owner and the business that rented it when your child was hurt. This is an extremely important question, and you may also be able to sue the owner of the property and the manufacturer.

Can my child get money to compensate for physical pain and emotional distress?

Yes, if your child has a personal injury claim, he or she generally has the legal right to ask for money to compensate for physical pain and emotional distress.  These are part of what is called “pain and suffering” and it also includes amounts for disability, disfigurement, and loss of quality of life.

Can I get compensated for the money I lost because I could not work?

Yes, in most cases a parent can get compensation for “lost income”.

How is a personal injury law firm paid?

Our law firm is not paid until we win your case. This is called a contingency fee. Use the form below to contact our child safety lawyers for a free consultation.

We are not paid unless you win. Submitting this form does not create an attorney-client relationship.


May 2018 – A 9-year-old boy was in a bounce house when strong winds sent the house airborne. The boy fell out when the house fell and rolled onto a highway, striking a car. The boy was not seriously injured.

June 2014 – Two children were injured when a bouncy house came untethered and sailed into the air at the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree in Colorado. The girl was going down the slide at the time. She flew into the air. The boy was inside the house and went tumbling with it until it stopped about 3oo feet from where it was tethered. The boy was rushed to the hospital.

May 2014 – Two boys were seriously injured when they fell 20 feet from one of these products after it had become airborne.  The accident happened at a home in New York. The product was made by Little Tikes.

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