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Orlando Theme Park Injury Attorney

Being injured while on vacation can be confusing and stressful. Not only are you injured, but you have to seek medical care far from home in a city you may be unfamiliar with. Our Orlando personal injury lawyers are here to assist you in navigating your claim and supporting your recovery. Contact us for a free consultation with our Orlando theme park accident attorney online or at (407) 244-3000.


How much does it cost to hire an Orlando theme park accident attorney?

At DWK Law, we represent theme park injury victims on a contingency fee basis, ensuring you only pay if we win your case. Take advantage of our free consultations for risk-free and transparent representation.

What causes most theme park injuries?

Here are a few common ways people find themselves injured in a theme park:

  • Mechanical or equipment failure – The operators may be unable to shut down the machine, part of the tracks may fail, or safety mechanisms may malfunction, leading to serious injuries.
  • Operator error – Roller coaster operators must know the ride’s height and weight limits, how to stop and start the ride, and how to evacuate if an emergency occurs. Unfamiliarity with these machines can lead to serious injury.
  • Age and machinery condition – All rides need regular inspections, especially those older than five years.

Florida laws about amusement and theme parks

Before you and your Orlando theme park accident attorney files a claim, you must understand the legal basis, including liability.

Premises Liability Law 

Florida’s premises liability and slip and fall laws state that property owners are responsible for their property’s maintenance, upkeep, and safety. This law includes all restaurants, facilities, and other areas within theme parks.

The Tyre Sampson Act

Introduced after Tyre Sampson’s tragic death at a Florida amusement park, this act imposes stricter regulations on amusement park safety.

Product Liability Laws 

In some cases, product defects may lead to injuries. For example, you may have been on a roller coaster correctly operated by the amusement park workers. Still, a poorly designed railing part may have led to a devastating injury. Manufacturers and property owners may share responsibility for ensuring safety.

How can a theme park injury lawyer help me?

The professionals at DWK Law have built a reputation for ongoing customer care, meticulous research and preparation, and bold and compelling courtroom performances. Throughout your case, we will keep you informed, relaxed, and clearheaded about your next steps and expectations.

Whereas other Florida injury firms build their businesses by having a high volume of cases, we are a client-centered organization. We carefully screen and select clients and devote massive amounts of resources to help them achieve their goals with minimal time and effort.

Orlando Theme Park Injury FAQ

When you took your family to Walt Disney World, Universal, or another Central Florida theme park, an Orlando theme park accident was the last thing you expected. Whether your father tripped and fell on an uneven and unmaintained walkway or your aunt injured her neck on a poorly operated roller coaster, the compassionate and experienced personal injury firm of DWK Law can help you seek and obtain compensation for costs like your medical and rehabilitation bills, time off of work, pain and suffering, and more.


Since 1989, our Orlando-based firm has fought hard for people injured at theme parks as well as in slip-and-falls, motor vehicle crashes, and botched medical procedures. Talk to our lawyers who are proven in handling Orlando theme park injury claims. Your first consultation is free.



Orlando is a hotspot for popular theme parks, but visits are not without risk, and injuries must be reported to the appropriate state agency. The following reports are in the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ quarterly MOU Exempt Facilities Report.

Disney World

Disney World welcomes more visitors and reports more injuries yearly than all other theme parks in Orlando. The following types of injuries were reported over an eight-month period:


  • Neck and back injury
  • Abdominal pain
  • Motion sickness and fainting
  • Three instances of seizure
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Collapse and death
  • Two instances of fractures
  • Chest pains and cardiac symptoms
  • Stroke-like symptoms


These attractions are the most common culprits for injury:


  • Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
  • Mission: SPACE
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Sea World

Head pain, nose injury, and fainting were reported over eight months.


Motion sickness, seizure, headache, and abdominal pain were reported over eight months.


These attractions are the most common culprits for injury:


  • Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey
  • Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit

Water parks must maintain a safe environment for visitors. To prevent harm, issues like broken handrails, uneven surfaces, absent safety instructions, and defective rides should be promptly addressed. Unfortunately, some parks and ride manufacturers neglect these common safety standards. Those injured may seek compensation through a water injury lawsuit in such cases.

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