Go-Cart Track Accidents

The saferparks database lists go-kart accidents as the highest percentage (8%) of hospital admissions for injury at family friendly go-kart racetracks.


Head and neck trauma, lacerations, sprains, abrasions and even broken bones are common injuries from sub-par operation and inadequate safety equipment at Go-Kart facilities everywhere. Young, inexperienced drivers racing at speeds on average of 15 - 30 MPH can be a recipe for disaster. This is especially true for young boys ages 7 - 12 years old with teens and adults following that age group. Steep curves and high banked ovals are meant to decrease speeds, but sometimes are the catalyst for high adrenaline racing among kids and family members, leading to serious accidents with catastrophic injuries. Poor maintenance of Go-Karts, improper training of  supervisors and track operators are all contributing factors for disaster.  If you or a family member are injured at a Go-Kart track, you need to call the law offices of Harry L. Harper for our experienced advice on how to recover compensation for your medical bills and the negligence of track owners and operators. 



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