You don't have much of a lawsuit because of the mechanism of injury, the delay in treatment and the time that has passed to perpetuate evidence as it existed on the day of the incident
Attorneys are not in the habit of refusing meritorious cases. If you have been turned down repeatedly perhaps you do nott have a meritorious case notwithstanding your sever injuries.
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The facts that you have provided do not support liability against the waterpark. Furthermore, the fact that you waited to treat your injuries will not help the situation. This, on top of the fact that you have not been able to find an attorney willing to take the case, leads to an assumption that this will be an uphill battle at best. If the water park insurance company wants to settle with you, it is always better to find an attorney to assist you with that, especially if there are any medical liens for your treatment. Also, be aware of the fact that you have three years, from the time of accident, too bring a general negligence claim against the park.
I'm sorry to hear about your injury. You should discuss this with a local personal injury attorney immediately. You attorney will be able to walk you through the process and negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to make sure you get the treatment you need. This way, you will also be able to know that your best interests are being served, as opposed to the insurance company's. I suggest you find an attorney to represent you on this claim.
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You are not going to recover that much because of the way the incident occurred and your lack of seeking medical treatment right away. Keep trying to find an attorney. I suspect you will find one that will take it.
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