News: Paraplegic Sues Lagoon for Shredded Foot, William J. Hansen & Anna Christiansen to Represent Plaintiff
William J. Hansen and Anna Christiansen recently announced their representation in the Matthew Christensen v Lagoon Amusement Park case. Matthew suffered a shredded ligament, a fractured lower leg, toe and two other foot bones after riding Wicked. Matthew is a parplegic who was transferred from his wheelchair to the rollercoaster car by his family. To read more, click the various articles below. William & Anna were interviewed by:
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