Thursday, July 31, 2008

Greasy Floor Prompts Slip-and-Fall Lawsuit in Missouri

Although a wet floor warning sign was posted in the soda fountain area of the O’Fallon, Missouri location of Penn Station East Coast Subs, customer Randa Carr slipped and fell when she entered the area to refill her beverage. She claims that the wet floor sign was insufficient warning, as the area had been cleaned with a grease-coated mop that left the floor slick and much more dangerous to traverse than if it had merely been wet. Carr’s lawsuit asks for at least $100,000 in damages.

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