What You Should Know About Theme Park Accidents in Florida

What You Should Know About Theme Park Accidents in Florida

There are few things worse than going to a theme park to have a fun day, only to find that you’ve sustained a serious injury due to no fault of your own. Please continue reading and speak with our Orlando personal injury attorney to learn more about theme park accidents and how we can help if you’ve been hurt in one.

How do most theme park accidents happen?

As you can imagine, there are a wide array of ways in which an individual can sustain a serious injury at a theme park. Some of the most common causes and types of theme park accidents are as follows:

  • Unsafe hotel conditions
  • Insufficiently trained ride or theme park operators
  • Food poisoning
  • Animal bites
  • Negligent security
  • Negligently designed or manufactured rides/ride parts
  • Failure to maintain all rides and every other amenity on their premises
  • Swimming pool or other water-related accidents

To learn more about theme park accidents in Florida, simply click the video below.

Determining the Liable Party

After someone sustains an injury in any sort of accident, it is critical that they document the facts surrounding the incident, as our firm can use this evidence to satisfy the burden of proof in your personal injury claim. Some of the best forms of evidence include pictures of the accident, videos of the accident, medical documents pertaining to the injuries you sustained in the accident, a copy of the police report filed at the scene of the accident, and more. From here we will have to determine whether we will file a product liability claim or a premises liability claim. If we can prove that the property owner/staff knew or should have known about an unsafe condition, failed to fix it, and you were injured as a result, we will file a premises liability claim. If you were injured because of a poorly designed or negligently manufactured product, there is a very good chance that we will instead file a product liability claim.

Ensure that you file your claim within the state’s statute of limitations. The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Florida is, generally, four years, meaning you will have to file your personal injury claim within four years of the date of your accident. Our legal team is ready to help you today.

Contact our experienced Orlando firm

Our firm understands the repercussions of a serious accident. If you are injured due to another party’s negligence, you should not have to fight the uphill battle for financial compensation on your own. When you hire one of our attorneys, you are hiring a devoted, caring, and aggressive attorney who will tenaciously fight for your rights. If you or someone you know was injured in an accident and wishes to schedule a consultation, please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Schmitt of the Florida Personal Injury Law Team today.

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