Man Suing SeaWorld After Claiming He Was Permanently Injured on a Waterslide in 2015


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According to the Florida Record, SeaWorld is being sued for over $15,000 by a man alleging that he was physically injured in their waterpark, Aquatica, because of “an unreasonably dangerous condition” left in the park.

After riding down a water slide on June 20, 2015, Aaron Bomer claims his leg hit “a sharp object on the edge of the slide” that caused him to visit the hospital for what would be a permanent injury. On December 21, 2017, Bomer decided to sue SeaWorld in the Orange County Circuit Court.

Mr. Bomer’s attorney is from the Christopher W. Hewett of Law Office of Nooney & Roberts in Jacksonville.

Credit: Florida Record



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