BOCA’S VAULT FITNESS SUED: Claims Child Critically Injured In Class

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Vault Fitness Boca’s owners are being sued after a child was allegedly critically injured in a kid class.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The owners of Vault Fitness (9930 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton) allegedly allowed an instructor to tell an eight year old girl to run with a ten pound kettlebell. The kettlebell, alleges the suit, fell on the girl’s hand, crushing it — causing a catastrophic injury.
The suit, just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, claims that “Classical Pilates Education, LLC,” and “Pilates of Boca, LLC” — which own Vault Fitness — failed to supervise the instructor who “had a duty to act reasonably and with due regard for the safety and welfare of the public and the gym’s patrons.”
The suit seeks in excess of $15k, the stautatory minimum for filing in circuit court.
Read the complete filing below or by clicking here.
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