Six Flags Over Texas continues to face scrutiny over on-premises death

 In Wrongful Death

A Six Flags employee claimed that a lose lap bar was responsible for Rosa Esparza’s death on July 19, 2013.

Esparza died after falling 75 feet to the ground while riding on the Texas Giant, a popular roller coaster. If Six Flags is found guilty of not properly securing Esparza’s lap bar, they could be held fully responsible for damages related to the accident.

Though one Six Flags employee asserted that the bar was poorly secured, another disagreed, saying that he personally tested each lap bar before sending the carts on the track.

The attorneys of the Chris Mayo Law Firm extend our deepest condolences to the friends and family of Rosa Esparza.

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