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The incident took place in May 2017 on the dock at the Polynesian Village Resort (above)

Woman SUES Disney World after a bird dumps her & # 39; & # 39; by leaving her with brain damage

  • Lisa Dixon filed a complaint against Disney in Orange County, Florida last week
  • Said she was injured in May 2017 by a bird at Polynesian Village Resort
  • Attorney says that the woman, in her thirties, had suffered brain damage
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A woman sued Disney for the injuries sustained by a bird attack at the Walt Disney World Resort, and said the theme park should warn guests of the danger.

Lisa Dixon, who lives in nearby Celebration, filed the lawsuit at Orange County Circuit Court in Florida last week, seeking unspecified compensation of more than $ 15,000, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

Dixons & # 39; attorney Thomas Schmitt said that she suffered a traumatic brain injury and hernia in her neck after the bird had her & # 39; dive-bombarded & # 39;

The incident took place in May 2017 on the dock at the Polynesian Village Resort (above)

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The incident took place in May 2017 on the dock at the Polynesian Village Resort (above)

& # 39; It has changed her life, & # 39; Schmitt said. He said she needed surgery.

The incident took place in May 2017 at the berth at the Polynesian Village Resort, according to the suit.

The suit does not specify the type of bird except to say that it was a seasonal nestling.

The lawsuit accused Disney of not keeping the dock safe and of not properly warning visitors of the dangers, and giving Dixon, among other accusations.

Walt Disney World is seen as a file photo. The company said it will respond to the claims in court

Walt Disney World is seen as a file photo. The company said it will respond to the claims in court

Walt Disney World is seen as a file photo. The company said it will respond to the claims in court

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Dixon is in his thirties and originally from the Midwest, her lawyer said.

Her lawyer said she lived in Celebration to take care of family ownership.

A Disney spokesperson said the company would respond to the allegations in the courtroom.

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