Disney World lawsuit filed after guests suffered ‘permanent injuries’ from falling off a ride.

A Florida man is suing Disney World after allegedly falling off of the Magic Kingdom's Haunted Mansion in April of 2023, leaving him injured.

A Florida man has sued Disney World for allegedly falling off a ride in the Magic Kingdom.

Billy Williams claimed in a July lawsuit that he and his wife were on Disney World’s Haunted Mansion on April 28, 2022 when a ride attendant hit the emergency stop button.

According to the lawsuit, once the button was pressed the ride jolted, without warning, and Williams fell from the ride onto the ground.

The suit claims that he is seeking damages of $50,000 from Disney World. It states that the park has been negligent in “failing” to keep the premises in an acceptable condition.

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Haunted Mansion ride at Disney World. (Benjamin D. Esham / Wikimedia Commons)

Williams claims that the theme parks did not correct the situation or warn him about the potential danger.

According to the lawsuit filed, the man suffered “severe and permanently” injuries from the incident.

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