Disney World Accidents are upsetting. We can make things right
Disney World attracts millions of visitors from around the world who look forward to a "magical" experience. Unfortunately, the experience can get spoiled in a moment by a serious accident at the world's most popular theme park.
If you or a loved one sustained a serious injury at Epcot, the Magic Kingdom or any of the other Disney World attractions, it's important to contact a lawyer familiar with such complicated cases. Attorney Richard Troutman has decades of experience working with people injured at Disney World Resort. A lifelong Orlando-area resident, attorney Troutman knows the area and understands how the legal system works in Bay Lake, Florida, where the Magic Kingdom is located.
Don't simply assume that Walt Disney World will take care of all your medical expenses, lost income and lost future earnings due to your injury. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced premises liability attorney in Central Florida on your side, fighting for your rights.
We can help you if you or a loved one was injured in any of the following Disney World attractions in Central Florida:
- Magic Kingdom
- Animal Kingdom
- Hollywood Studios
- Typhoon Lagoon
- Blizzard Beach
- River Country
We understand you might be reluctant to contact a lawyer. You might think you can simply work things out with Walt Disney World yourself. Be aware that Disney is one of the world's largest corporations. As a result, the company will surely have attorneys working for them to protect their best interests when it comes to your accident. The stakes are extremely high. Your financial well-being could be on the line. Don't take chances with your future. Take action. Contact us. We can help you whether you're from Florida or you're an out-of-state resident.
"Should I take photographs of the accident scene at the park?"
If you sustain an injury at Disney World, one of the first steps you should take is to photograph the condition that caused you to slip, trip or fall. You might have been using your camera during the day prior to the accident. After the accident, your camera will need to be put to use to preserve evidence. You or someone else - a friend, family member or even a witness to the accident - should take pictures of the condition of the accident scene. If you fell off a ramp that did not have a railing, for example, you should photograph the ramp and missing railing.
Without pictures to support your claim, you might have a hard time proving your case. Disney World might argue that the accident occurred because you weren't paying attention, not because the park was negligent. The park might even destroy the evidence. Without pictures, the case becomes your word against theirs. The insurance company or the jury might not believe you.
"How did your accident happen at Disney World?"
Many different types of accidents can occur at the various theme parks and pavilions. Slip and fall accidents at Disney World are common. So are swimming pool accidents and hotel accidents. Millions of people take to the road around Disney World every year, leading to auto accidents. Other types of accidents include, but are not limited to:
- Bus accidents or monorail accidents
- Roller coaster injuries
- Injuries on other rides or attractions
- Food poisoning
- Hotel accidents
Whatever type of accident you're dealing with at Disney World, we can help. Attorney Troutman understands Florida's legal system and he knows how to get results. Simply call 866-434-5770 to schedule your free case evaluation. You can also reach us online or visit in person in Orlando or Winter Park. Whatever works best for you. We work on a contingency fee basis. That means we only get paid if you win.