A Michigan family has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells alleging their son was injured on a ride the resort knew was unsafe. The lawsuit claims the teen was injured at the Kalahari resort in June 2012 on the Sahara Sidewinders that drops riders from a trap-door chamber into one of two looping slides. According to the family’s attorney, the ride imposed an “unreasonable risk of injury to Kalahari’s guests.” He also said that the resort was aware of the risk of injury due to prior reported incidents, but took no safety precautions. The lawsuit seeks damages for personal injury, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life.
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