Houston Amusement Park Accidents

Houston Injury Lawyer Files Complaint against Ray Cammack Shows, Inc. and Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

March 25, 2011 Via email: richard.baker@tdi.state.tx.us Richard Baker Texas Department of Insurance Austin, Texas Via email: ConsumerProtection@tdi.state.tx.us Texas Department of Insurance Austin, Texas Re: Complaint against Ray Cammack Shows, Inc. and Houston Livestock  Show and Rodeo; Brian Greenhouse Death of March 20, 2011 Dear Mr. Baker: I write to lodge a complaint against Ray Cammack and the…

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Houston Injury Lawyer calls Death on Rollercoaster a "Statistical Certainty."

Allegations continue to mount that the owners and operators of the Hi-Miler roller coaster involved in a fatal Texas amusement park accident had information that the ride’s restraints were defective and that the coaster was a danger to rodeo guests. Houston Personal Injury Attorney Joe Stephens sent a formal complaint letter to the Texas Department…

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed in Wake of Houston Rollercoaster Accident

Ray Cammack Shows and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo carnival may have been permitted to return to business as usual in the wake of this week’s deadly rollercoaster accident. Except Houston Injury Lawyer Joe Stephens encouraged a client to file a complaint two years ago about the exact same coaster — very possibly the…

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Houston Injury Lawyer Urged Client to Warn of Deadly Coaster in 2009 — Years prior to Houston Amusement Park Accident

Houston Injury Attorney Joe Stephens helped a client warn authorities about the Hi-Miler rollercoaster in 2009. Unfortunately, those warnings apparently went unheeded, and a rider plummeted to his death earlier this week. As ABC13 News’ Jessica Willey reports, Stephens encouraged his client to lodge a complaint with the Texas Department of Insurance, which is charged…

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