Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
In the State of Washington as well as other States, playgrounds provide children a place to have fun and be active. Playgrounds allow children to move around, use their imagination, and interact with their friends. To have fun, playgrounds should be a place where there can be a certain amount of adventure. This must be tempered with safety and adult supervision. Unfortunately, playgrounds can be the site of serious personal injuries or even the death of a child when equipment is in disrepair, equipment is not age appropriate for the children in and around the playground, equipment is dangerous, and / or there is a lack of supervision. While most playgrounds are designed with safety in mind and provide a great environment for children, adult supervision should always be provided because most playgrounds have swigns, ropes, monkey bars, and / or elevated areas in which a child can be injured. Furthermore, children need to be supervised to make sure that the playground is being used as designed. Furthermore, any time that children play in the same area, there is always a risk of rough play, bullying, and other acts that can and do lead to the injury of a child.