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Talk about trampoline safety and take precautions with your kids

Trampolines are intriguing for children. It seems like they have become more and more popular. Trampoline parks and businesses have popped up more and more over the last few years. Your child asked for a backyard trampoline. You can see the appeal. As a parent, you also question safety. You want your child to have fun, but you also don’t want them to get hurt.

What is an attractive nuisance?

Children are among the most vulnerable in our society. For this reason, the law has put certain protections in place to help ensure their safety. One of these laws is the law of attractive nuisance. Under this law, a property owner can be held liable for injuries to a child when something on his or her property not only draws a child onto the premises, but also puts him or her in danger. Children are often unable to properly assess the risk they face, so this law imposes a special duty on property owners to either avoid these attractions, or take additional steps to ensure that children cannot easily access them.

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