Accident at a Theme Park in Orlando

When people think of Orlando, Florida, there is an immediate association with the numerous one-of-a-kind amusement parks and tourist attractions. But after all the trip planning and hefty expenses, the last thing visitors want is to suffer a severe accident while at one of the theme parks. We know how difficult and traumatizing this can be, and we want to help. 

If you or a loved one have suffered an injury at a theme park in Orlando by no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation. You can get a free, no-risk case evaluation to see your options and to get started moving on with your life.

At Morgan & Morgan, our only goal is to help you get the justice and compensation that you’re entitled to. We have recovered more than ten billion dollars for our clients over the years. Our attorneys practice all throughout the country, so if you’ve suffered an accident at a theme park in Orlando, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We offer free case evaluations and will get you connected with an experienced attorney in the Orlando area.

Types of Accidents You Might Suffer at a Theme Park in Orlando

It’s essential to learn as much as possible about what kinds of accidents can occur and what you can do if you or a loved one becomes the victim of one. The more knowledge you have, the better. 
 

Slip And Fall

If you are in an amusement park in Orlando and you slip and fall because of the park’s negligence, they may be required to compensate you. Amusement parks know that they are going to have thousands of visitors every day, so it is their duty to make sure there are no-slip and fall risks throughout the park. If they fail to do this, even if you are partially at fault, they may be held responsible.
 

Failure to Post Proper Warning Signs

Another responsibility of amusement parks is to post proper warning signs. Almost all amusement park rides have risks that go along with riding them. Every guest must have the appropriate information so they can decide whether to ride it or not. If there’s no sign, there’s no way for you to make an informed decision. If you get hurt as a result of this, they likely bear a significant portion of responsibility.
 

Posting Signs That Don’t Adequately Warn Guests

It’s also important to post signs that actually provide enough information. If a ride is dangerous because it might cause strokes or heart attacks in specific populations of people, these are critical details to add. Saying that it’s dangerous or may cause health issues for some people is probably not enough.
 

Failing to Properly Train Ride Operators

When an amusement park hires someone, it’s their reasonability to properly train all of their employees, especially those operating heavy and potentially deadly machinery. If a serious accident occurs because they failed to train the ride operators, this is incredibly problematic. You may not know right away that this is the cause of the accident, but when you hire a qualified personal injury attorney, they’ll be able to dig a little bit and hopefully get to the bottom of why the accident occurred. 
 

Failing to Properly/Regularly Inspect Rides

Another incredibly important thing that amusement parks must do is inspect rides appropriately and often. If an accident occurs because an issue was not detected because the inspection wasn’t done, this is unacceptable. When you get on an amusement park ride, you’re literally putting your life in the hands of someone else. You assume that the ride has been inspected appropriately. If it hasn’t, you should be compensated for your injuries.
 

What to Do After an Accident at a Theme Park in Orlando

If you’ve suffered an injury at a theme park in Orlando, there are a few important steps to take right away.
 

  1. Safety & Medical Attention. The first thing you should do is make sure you are safe. Once you’ve suffered the injury, you should see a doctor immediately to make sure there’s nothing going on that you aren’t aware of. It’s understandable to worry about the costs of going to the ER or a doctor, especially if you’re visiting from out of town. Still, it’s so important to make sure your health is taken care of and to try to worry about the rest later. 
  2. Witnesses. If there are witnesses, it’s important that you or a family member take the time to get their contact information. It’s definitely going to be a stressful time if you’ve experienced a severe injury, but the more evidence you can collect, the better. 
  3. Incident Report. It’s a good idea to speak with someone in the amusement park and have an incident report created. You want a paper trail detailing precisely what happened.
  4. Lawyer. Contact an attorney immediately. They can help you with every step of the process. They’ll walk you through what kind of evidence you need to obtain, and they’ll help you do it. All reputable personal injury attorneys offer free case consultations, which you should definitely take advantage of. This is a great way to see if the lawyer or firm you’re about to hire is a good fit for you and your case.
  5. Take Photos. When you initiate a personal injury claim, the injuries you’ve suffered will be one of the most critical aspects of the case. You should immediately take photos of any injuries you have so you can show the judge or the jury exactly what happened to you. Of course, some injuries aren’t physically manifested right away, but if you have physical injuries, document them.  
  6. Take Notes. Any kind of injury can be really traumatic. When you experience something like this, it’s easy to forget the details. You will be dealing with medical care, speaking to lawyers, and just mentally and physically healing from your experience. With everything going on, the best way to remember exactly what happened is to write it down. Take notes about what you’re feeling and experiencing so you can explain everything to your attorney and in court if/when necessary. 
     

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