Gilman Law LLP Investigating Injuries Caused by the Inflatable Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide

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Gilman Law LLP, a National Law Firm Representing the Victims of Defective Products, is Investigating Injuries caused by the Inflatable Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide.

Gilman Law LLP A Leading Product Laibility Law Firm Fighting For Those Injured Due To Defective Products

Gilman Law LLP A Leading Product Laibility Law Firm Fighting For Those Injured Due To Defective Products

Gilman Law LLP, a national law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of those injured by defective products!

Gilman Law LLP, a national law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of those injured by defective consumer products, is investigating injuries involving the Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide, an inflatable slide manufactured by SLB Toys USA, and sold by various retailers, including Toys “R” Us, Wal-Mart and Amazon.com. The Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide is allegedly prone to collapse when used, and has been blamed for causing serious injuries, including:

Broken necks
Spinal cord injuries
Paraplegia
Quadriplegia
Leg fractures
Paralysis
Death

U.S. product safety standards require that inflatable pool slides must be able to support 350 pounds without giving way or deforming. Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slides allegedly deform under any weight. It has also been alleged that as a person’s weight shifts on the slide while going down, the air becomes displaced and renders the slide unable to support any load. "eagletribune.com/latestnews/x2021666277/-20-6M-award-in-pool-slide-death" as reported by the Eagle-Tribune.

On October 15, 2011, the "eagletribune.com/latestnews/x2021666277/-20-6M-award-in-pool-slide-death" Eagle-Tribune reported that a Massachusetts Superior Court jury had ordered retailer Toys “R” Us to pay $20.6 million – including $18 million in punitive damages to the family of a 29-year-old woman who died as a result of a Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide collapse. According to a lawsuit filed on behalf of her husband and daughter, Robin Aleo sustained a broken neck and spinal cord injury that left her a quadriplegic following the collapse of the slide in July 2006. Aleo was unable to breath on her own, and a day after the accident, she was taken off life-support and died in the hospital. Her daughter was just 18-months-old when Aleo died.

Her family’s lawsuit alleged that the inflatable slide that killed Robin Leo was not tested in accordance with U.S. product safety laws. At trial, a Toys “R” Us executive acknowledged during testimony that the inflatable slide was tested for other product safety rules — and twice failed, once for containing lead in excess of federal limits — but not for compliance with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s pool slide regulation.

More information regarding Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide injuries and accidents can be found at Gilmanlawllp.com. Visitors to "http://gilmanlawllp.com/ Gilmanlawllp.com will find the site is a valuable source of information for people who have suffered injuries due to defective consumer products.

If you or someone you know has suffered a serious injury due to a Banzai Falls In-Ground Pool Slide accident, Gilman Law is here to help. Free case evaluations are available through Gilmanlawllp.com, or call Toll Free at 1-888-252-0048.

About Gilman Law LLP
Gilman Law LLP, a leading national law firm with offices in Florida and Massachusetts, has been recognized for delivering successful results to their clients across a broad range of claims stemming from consumer product injury, mass tort, and class action lawsuits. For over 32 years, the Gilman Law LLP team of highly experienced lawyers has earned renown for tireless work on behalf of their clients on many of today’s most challenging and important legal issues.

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Gilman Law LLP
Beachway Professional Center Tower
Suite 307
3301 Bonita Beach Road
Bonita Springs, FL 34134

CALL TOLL FREE: 1-888-252-0048

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