A young woman critically injured in a deadly ride accident at the Ohio State Fair would get nearly $1.8 million in a proposed settlement of her claims against the ride operator and companies that had inspected it.
A carriage on the spinning, swinging Fire Ball ride broke apart last July, killing a teenager and injuring seven people, including 18-year-old Jennifer Lambert.
WBNS-TV reports court documents say Lambert suffered a traumatic brain injury, remains in a care facility and has had medical expenses totaling more than $455,000. She would get about $1.1 million from the proposed settlement, with the rest going toward attorneys’ fees and other expenses.
The settlement would need court approval.
A court filing says some victims are still considering claims against the ride’s designer, manufacturer and supplier.
- Review of Ride Safety Urged in Ohio After Fatal Fair Accident
- Ohio State Fair Reopens Without Amusement Rides
- 1 Dead, Several Hurt in Ride Malfunction at Ohio State Fair
Was this article valuable?
Here are more articles you may enjoy.