The family of a Michigan woman who was struck by an object flying off Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster is "fighting for her life." There is a lot of blame going around, whether the fingers are pointed at the amusement park or on the inspectors. Tony Tsarouhas is an attorney in Northeast Ohio, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about liability, especially in the case of Cedar Point, where signs are posted about park goers can ride at their own risk. Cedar Point claims they followed the proper protocols as far as the law is concerned with their bi-yearly thorough inspections. Tsarouhas discussed where blame can be placed legally in cases not only as with Cedar Point, but with property rights in general.