Sky High Sports, the recreational trampoline facility in Bellevue, has filed for bankruptcy, according to KIRO TV.
According to the TV station, the Bellevue facility will remain open during the bankruptcy proceedings.
The facility, one of more than a dozen throughout the nation, had been subject to scrutiny and at least after questions have been raised about the facility's safety since it opened in 2010.
Among Bellevue facility's liabilities included more than $272,000 to companies related to insurance, including $60,000 in insurance deductibles, according to papers filed Jan. 11, 2013, in United States Bankruptcy Court in Nevada.
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Despite the waiver that families sign before participating at the facility, the Bellevue facility has been targeted by lawsuits.
KIRO said that in 2010, in the months after the Bellevue facility opened, parents started reporting about broken bones and other serious injuries suffered at the facility. Several families filed lawsuits, according to the TV station.
In 2012, the Seattle Weekly reported that a family sued the facility after a child suffered a head injury at Sky High.
Owner Jerry Raymond, who co-founded the company with his brother, Ron Raymond, told news sources, including Bellevue Patch in 2011, that the activity of jumping on trampolines was an "extreme sport" and that "all extreme sports come with risks."
"We've had a few minor injuries a month at the Bellevue facility," Raymond told Patch in 2011. "But that is a few accidents among the thousands of people who visit the facility each month."
Yelp shows that the facility has both fans and detractors, with fans saying that the facility was fun for kids and adults.