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Woman Suing Disney Parks Over Electrocution at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

A woman is suing Disney Parks & Resorts after allegedly being electrocuted in her hotel room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in September 2018.

Courtney Randall says that on September 9, 2018, her family noticed that the electrical outlets in their room were protruding from the wall and did not work. They notified Cast Members and were told that someone would attend to the issue that day. On September 10, 2018, Randall attempted to use an outlet and was electrocuted.

Randall claims in her lawsuit — which was filed on November 4, 2021, in Orange County Circuit Court — that she has since suffered disability disfigurement, mental anguish, loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life, expense of medical care, and loss of future earning capacity due to the incident. She is represented by Max A. Eichenblatt of Winter Park.

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Source: Florida Record

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  1. I wouldn’t doubt it. I once had a hair dryer catch on fire at a non Disney hotel. Crap like this happens every where. I am thankful she lived.

  2. This news is quite shocking!

    Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. My only question is why did the guest wait so long to file this lawsuit?

  3. How can she sue if she was electrocuted? Electrocution means she died of electric shock. Not really sure how a dead person would file a lawsuit. Maybe she just received an electric shock and is actually still alive?

  4. she looses automatically. she proved she new the danger and yet went ahead and now wants to sue? the jury, if it even gets that far, should have a no brainer on this one.

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