You’ll Never Guess Why Disney World Is Being Sued This Time
Disney World is the subject of numerous lawsuits, and it seems as though a new legal action is filed every week in Orlando. But the latest lawsuit involves an alleged injury that is shocking – even for Disney. We’ve heard all about terrible accidents on roller coaster rides, slips and falls, and other injuries – but we’re willing to bet you’ve never heard of anything like this. But does this lawsuit actually have any chance of success? Let’s find out:
Disney Guest Allegedly Served Glass at Restaurant
If there’s one thing you don’t want to find hiding in your meal, it’s glass. Glass is effectively a poison, and it can wreak havoc on your internal organs if ingested. In fact, there have been numerous reports of people being assassinated with powdered glass, and this is apparently a popular method for those who want to kill other people’s pets. That being said, numerous scientific studies have confirmed that eating finely-ground glass is completely harmless. Those who have attempted to poison people with glass often admit that the method is not effective. On the other hand, glass is definitely something you should avoid ingesting at all costs – especially if it takes the form of coarse shards rather than finely-ground powder.
On March 15th, it was reported that a Disney World guest was suing the organization for an incident that occurred in 2019. She alleges that while dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table in Magic Kingdom Park, she was served food that contained glass. The shards caused to suffer two fractured tooth crowns and extensive bleeding in her mouth, according to the lawsuit. She is suing Disney for $50,0000.
Does This Lawsuit Have Any Chance of Success?
The truth is that it’s always a little tricky to sue a restaurant for alleged poisoning. Why? Because you need to prove that your injuries were the direct result of the food. Because the food has already been consumed, this becomes very difficult. The best approach is to save a portion of the food as soon as you suffer injuries. You can take this sample to your lawyer, have it tested in a lab, and so on. You might also have the chance to take photos of the food, and this might be effective if the poisonous elements are particularly obvious. For example, this woman could have taken photos of the glass shards. But for other forms of poison such as bacteria, this approach is impossible. Remember, this alleged incident occurred over three years ago. It seems unlikely that the allegedly poisonous food remains in a preserved form after all this time. If anything, this shows how important it is to get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible after an injury.
Where Can I Find a Qualified, Experienced Injury Attorney in Orlando?
If you’ve been searching for a qualified, experienced Orlando personal injury lawyer, look no further than Payer Law. Over the years, we have helped numerous injured plaintiffs – including those who have suffered harm at theme parks. We know how serious these injuries can be – whether you were injured on a roller coaster or you were poisoned at a restaurant. Book your consultation today to take decisive legal action and pursue the compensation you deserve.