Gray and White Law Obtains Settlement for Girl Seriously Injured In Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom Accident

Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Gray and White Law Obtains Settlement for Girl Seriously Injured in Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom Accident:

On June 21, 2007, Kaitlyn Lasitter, then 13, was riding the Superman Tower of Power ride at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom with friends, when a cable broke seriously injuring her and severing her feet.  Kaitlyn's right foot was reattached by surgeons at Vanderbilt University, but the surgeons were unable to reattach her left foot, requiring Kaitlyn to be fitted with a prosthesis.  She has since had to undergo numerous complicated and painful surgeries.

Kaitlyn's parents hired the law firm Gray and White Law to file suit against Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom on behalf of Kaitlyn.  After approximately 1 1/2 years of litigation, numerous depositions, hearings, and complicated discovery issues, the firm was able to obtain a settlement for Kaitlyn from the amusement park.  For more information and media coverage, please see the bottom of this page.

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