Lawsuit filed against hotel whose wet floor caused injuries

Originally posted on behalf of Anderlini & McSweeney LLP on April 16, 2013 in Premises Liability

Every customer has been in a business and seen the wet floor sign depicting a person slipping and falling. These signs put individuals on notice of the hazard, preventing customers from sustaining serious injuries. Yet, all too often, a wet floor goes unnoticed and an accident occurs. A recently filed lawsuit exemplifies a typical premises liability case.

The lawsuit was filed against Country Inn & Suites after a man entered the side entrance of one of the company’s hotels, slipped on a wet floor, and fell. The victim claims he suffered injuries to his shoulder and back, both of which required medical treatment. Furthermore, the man claims the property owner should have been aware of the dangerous property condition and remedied the situation before the accident occurred.

Read the story here.

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