In a review of 477 personal injury lawsuits filed against Orlando, Fla’s. three largest theme park companies, the Orlando Sentinel found approximately half were slip-and-fall incidents. Filed from 2004 to 2008, the cases largely involve traditional parks under the Busch Entertainment Corp., Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World names, but roughly 10 percent of the alleged injuries occurred at waterparks associated with those brands, often involving either collisions on slides or inner-tube mishaps. The Sentinel’s analysis also found that the personal suits frequently were settled out of court, and more than two-thirds remained active for at least a year.