Talia Wise v. Six Flags, et al.


08/04/23 – 08/31/23


A California state court jury cleared Six Flags Magic Mountain of all liability last September in a long-running lawsuit alleging a roller coaster at the amusement park caused a girl's traumatic brain injury.

The Los Angeles County jury returned their verdict one day after hearing closing arguments in a trial that began on on August 4. They found in a 10-2 decision that the Green Lantern coaster did not cause injuries to plaintiff Talia Wise, who claimed the ride caused damage to her brain in 2015 when she was 13-years-old.


Verdict for defendant.



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