Category Archives: Theme Park Injuries

Attorneys for theme park injuries, roller coaster accidents and water park injuries in and around Florida, the United States and internationally.

Is Disney Responsible For An Alligator Attack?

On June 14th, something happened at a Disney resort that hasn’t happened for around 30 years. An alligator attacked a person. The 2-year-old victim was attacked while wading in the water only a few feet from his parents. The alligator struggled with the boy’s father during the attack, but the reptile was too strong, and the animal took the little…
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Amusement Park Safety Tips for Guests

According to the Orlando Sentinel, guests at several of Florida’s amusement parks have been the victims of severe injuries and even death in recent years, including: A 22-year-old woman losing consciousness on Disney’s It’s a Small World Ride on Christmas Day 2014. The woman, who reportedly had a pre-existing condition, passed away following the incident. A 54-year-old woman losing consciousness…
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Could I Get Hurt at Disney World?

Recently, a fire caused the Seven Dwarves Mine Train ride at Disney World to have to shut down temporarily, according to the Inquisitr. Embers from the Magic Kingdom fireworks display, a nightly event that takes place near the Seven Dwarves ride, started the fire. Reportedly, the embers landing on one of the ride’s buildings is what lit the blaze, which…
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Could I Lose a Fingertip on a Theme Park Ride?

While amusement parks bring quite a bit of joy to families every day, these venues have also brought a great deal of hurt into the lives of many of their patrons. According to the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), in 2011, there were reportedly over 1,400 ride-related injuries. On July 10, a 57-year-old man lost two fingertips…
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