I remember this being reported on the forum when it originally happened. I'm sure there was something strange in the case, didn't she ride TOT the same day as they arrived in Florida? This could point the finger at any number of reasons why she fell i'll(if true).
I find it very odd that they are only seeking to claim £10,000. If my child had to have around the clock care for the rest of her life i'd be asking for a hell of a lot more than that, it probably would even cover a years worth of cover anyway.
The lawsuit's argument is that Disney was operating the ride as a ‘common carrier'
This is confusing, Are the claimants suggesting that the ride should be treated as if it were a real life transportation device? A coach trip, traverlator or indeed a hotel lift? If this is the case then surely no warning would need to be given to riders, so the rider could claim she wouldn't have ridden had she known it was a 200foot ride. I doubt this would stand in court however as it's clear to see what the ride is about never mind the numerous warnings you get when you get into the building.