The Texas legislature has responded to injury reports by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and other independent studies that revealed children were being injured in unprecedented numbers in , moon walks, and other inflatable amusement rides.   The Texas House passed HB 3570, which bans the operation of inflatable amusement rides unless the operator of the unit “has a combined single limit insurance policy . . . in an amount of not less than $1 million per occurrence.”  This insurance requirement was intended to protect the children of the State of Texas by ensuring that adequate coverage exists to pay for the medical bills and other Nike Shox Current Mens compensatory damages that seem to follow bounce houses, moon walks, giant slides, and other inflatables wherever they are used.

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