EDWARDSVILLE — A woman claims she was injured after she fell through padding surrounding a trampoline at Aim High Glen Carbon.
Sheryl Stone and James Stone filed a complaint May 2 in the Madison County Circuit Court against Aim High Glen Carbon LLC, alleging the recreational complex owner failed to maintain its trampolines in a reasonably safe condition.
According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege that on April 17, Sheryl Stone was at the defendant's location in Glen Carbon accompanying her children when her left leg fell through purple padding and into trampoline springs.
She claims she sustained injuries to her left ankle, back and knees.
James Stone claims he lost support and services of his wife.
The plaintiffs allege Aim High Glen Carbon failed to provide sufficient padding to protect invitees from coming in contact with the trampoline spring and failed to provide adequate warning of such a danger.
The plaintiffs seek damages of more than $50,000, plus costs of this action.
They are represented by Brian M. Wendler, Angie Zinzilieta and Paul E.H. Rademacher of Wendler Law PC in Edwardsville.
Madison County Circuit Court case number 18-L-585