Woman Sues Universal After Serious Injury
Orlando is known for many things, but its theme parks are perhaps the most attractive thing for visiting tourists. Each year, millions of people travel to Florida in order to attend places like Disney World, Universal Studios, LegoLand, Six Flags, and many other theme parks. For most of these visitors, the experience is an unforgettable one – filled with joy and happy memories. For others, the experience is unforgettable for a completely different reason, as they have suffered serious injuries at these theme parks. So what should you do if you have been injured at a theme park in Orlando?
The answer is quite simple: Get in touch with a qualified, experienced personal injury attorney at your earliest convenience. With help from one of these legal professionals, you can hold negligent theme parks accountable and strive for the best possible results in a confident, efficient manner. You may have serious medical expenses, and perhaps you have missed wages to contend with. A settlement provides you with all the funds you need to pay for these damages. In addition, a lawsuit can provide compensation for non-economic damages, such as disfigurement or psychological trauma.
Woman Suffers “Life-Changing Injury” at Universal Studios
On August 6th, it was reported that a woman had suffered a “life-changing injury” at Universal Studios. She proceeded to sue Universal, seeking damages of $100,000. The incident occurred when the individual was visiting the world-famous Volcano Bay water park in 2018. It was the last day of her vacation, and she decided to head for the “Punga Racers” slide. She slid down headfirst, traveling at high speeds before suffering a serious head injury.
In her lawsuit, she claims that this head injury has changed her life. She is seeking $100,000 in damages, and she claims that the poorly-designed slide (in particular the mat that she laid on) caused her to hit her head not once, but twice. She is now apparently unable to drive or take care of her own home. In addition, her head injury allegedly caused her to lose her job. According to her lawsuit, Universal was well aware of the dangers associated with the Punga Racers slide, and yet they did nothing to address the issues. This is not the first time Universal has been sued due to the Punga Racers slide. Injuries have occurred in the past, which suggests that Universal was indeed aware of the hazards.
Enlist the Help of a Qualified Attorney Today
If you’ve been searching for a qualified, experienced Orlando personal injury attorney, look no further than Payer Law. We know that theme park injuries can indeed be life-changing, and there’s no sense in sitting back when you clearly have the right to sue. With our guidance, you can hold negligent theme parks accountable for their clear misconduct. More importantly, you can recover a settlement that covers all of your economic and non-economic damages. Book your consultation today to get started with an effective action plan.