Monster trucks are huge trucks that are modified and outfitted to perform stunts in an arena for spectator audiences. The monster trucks are modified with un-sprung weight around 7000 pounds of metal, axles, wheels and huge tires, that give the monster trucks their trademark name. the trucks are on 66-inch tires (that’s 5.5 feet, as tall as a person1), and the tire balances, wheels and other modified steel parts make the tires weigh over 100 pounds. The engines are on special suspension and struts, that are low to the ground. Is it any wonder that with this modified apparatus and machinery that it comes apart, breaks apart and generally cracks open when it hits the ramps, turns upside down or goes over impossible obstacles.
Monster Trucks Perform Dangerous Maneuvers in the Arena
Monster trucks perform dangerous maneuvers in the arenas. They are known to fly in the air, as well as:
- Run over cars, busses and trucks
- Flip upside down and still run
- Twist around
- Nitrogen-filled shock absorbers allow the truck to bounce on many different sides and angles
- Slamming into obstacles
- Roll over after a crash
- Ride on two side wheels while the truck rights itself
- Perform pop-up wheelies
- Sky wheelies
- Reverse rollovers
When you are injured from being a spectator at a Monster Jam event, you need not suffer in silence. You can call us to discuss your case, and initiate a lawsuit in your favor, on the merits of your claim for personal injuries from being hit by flying debris at a Monster Jam event.
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Can I Sue for Monster Jam Injuries from Flying Debris into the Crowd?
Yes, we can sue for personal injuries from being hit by flying debris at a Monster Jam event. If you have been seriously injured from being a spectator at a Monster Jam event, you can call our Los Angeles case lawyers today. We can file a lawsuit on your behalf, and get you the recovery compensation that you need to pay your medical bills and services related to your personal injuries from this loss. All that you have to do first, is to call our case attorneys in Los Angeles right now, at the DTLA Law Group.
Typical Injuries from Being Hit by Flying Debris from a Monster Jam Truck
Many people are hit by flying debris at a Monster Truck event. That is because the trucks are put together and rehashed to make up huge trucks that way thousands of pounds more than a regular stock car truck. These large monster trucks have extended parts that can whip off during a show performance, and slice into the crowd to lacerate, maim, cut, disable or even kill a show participant.
The typical injuries from being hit by flying debris can include:
Monster Jam Trucks Are Airborne for the Majority of the Show, Impacting and Crashing into Other Vehicles on the Ground
- Being blinded by flying debris
- Lacerations on the arm
- Amputated limbs from projectile shrapnel from the trucks
- Piercing the body with flying sharp parts
- Heavy items of trucks being flung into the stands causing severe head injuries and concussions
- Metal pieces striking participants in the stands causing deaths
- Drivers losing control and crashing into the crowd, severely crushing spectators
Monster Jam trucks are airborne for much of the show, and these trucks are launched routinely off of ramps to get the maximum amount of height to please the crowd. The Monster Jam trucks approach the ramps at around 40 mph and are airborne at 32 mph, when they hit the ground, or hit a bus or car underneath them, they are traveling at an impact velocity of nearly 45-50 mph. At the point of impact, the trucks and the cars underneath will spew off pieces of metal, frame parts, axles and other pieces of the over 10,000-pound monster trucks.
No one can stop the spray of random metal that will come off of a truck that crashes into a car or bus after being airborne. The crowd of participants are always in danger of being injured by flying metal from a monster truck that impacts the ground at a high rate of speed. It is akin to having a front row seat at a car accident, where a car is completely airborne before it crashes into the other vehicle.
What Is the Average Case Value of Monster Jam Injuries from Flying Debris?
The average case value of personal injuries from being hit by flying debris at a Monster Jam event will be from $100,000 and up, depending on the severity of the injuries. If you are injured and unable to walk, your claim could be upwards of $1 million or more, for a recovery compensation package related to this case.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
The length of time that it will take to settle your case and get paid for your claim, will depend on the extent of your injuries. If you have suffered debilitating and permanent injuries, then you will have more follow up doctor’s appointments, and possibly need physical therapy or other follow up surgical procedures. For this reason, if you have serious injuries it can take up to 1 year to settle your claim and get paid for your case related to personal injuries from being hit by flying debris at a Monster Jam event.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years.
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