I'm reading the location was at a Golf Club? I'm sure some attorney would see money from the big pockets of such a land owner but, got stuck fighting only the charity. Then said they failed to observe the history of the slide. Sounds like it has a history now!
Any safety expert would say just to not do it at all. However it doesn't sound like the injury was dealt with on a personal level or followed up on her welfare or there might not have been a call to an attorney.
If people are being nice, caring and helpful, even concerned is that who you call the ambulance chaser on?
I'm sure they did consult a safety expert by having insurance for such a device with usually a very high deductible. which simply could not be raped for millions.
Or the other between the lines ordeal is they got $5,000 from the organization as it IS the deductable and settled for hundreds of thousands from the Insurance company.
Still, the bottom line comes down to having some form of customer concern. Accidents do happen but, how to handle them is an art.
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