Lord v. Walt Disney Co.


09/21/09 – 09/25/09

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Plaintiff suffered two fractures of his right leg and ankle on October 19, 2007, after he fell while attempting to move aluminum deck chairs that had been improperly loaded with a forklift onto a flat bed trailer that the plaintiff had brought to Walt Disney World's property control department. Although plaintiff was a Disney employee he was not acting within the scope of his employment when the injury occurred.

The jury found damages of $215,872.44, and apportioned negligence equally between the plaintiff and the defendant.


Fault: Disney-50% Lord-50%
Past Medical Expense: 78,525.86
Lost Wages: Past-5,346.58, Future-0
Non-Economic Damages: Past-66,000, Future-66,000



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