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#11
$________ TOTAL RECOVERY – PREMISES LIABILITY – FALL DOWN – SLIP AND FALL ON ICE IN RESTAURANT ALLEY – INADEQUATE LIGHTING – AGGRAVATION OF DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE – TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT PERFORMED – WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM.
Philadelphia County, PA (191044)
#12
$________ RECOVERY Premises Liability – Inadequate Lighting – ________ social guest at ________ homeowner's party falls on outer steps – ________ claim for service of excessive alcohol under New Jersey's Social Host Act is dismissed by way of ________ – Subdural hematoma – Craniotomy – TMJ dysfunction.
Bergen County, NJ (188802)
#13
$________ RECOVERY – Homeowner’s Negligence – Failure of ________ to replace diving warning decals on above-ground pool – Alleged inadequate lighting – ________, attending barbeque at premises, dives into 4-foot-deep pool – Cervical fracture/dislocation – Spinal cord injury – Anterior cervical fusion with instrumentation – Surgical hardware installation – Residual pain and tingling in extremities - No wage claim.
Bergen County, NJ (188102)
#14
________' VERDICT Premises Liability – Hazardous Premises – ________ contends dangerous condition of plywood boards on ________ condo association's property at border with neighboring ________ townhouse association, and inadequate lighting from both properties, culminate in ________ tripping and falling onto gazebo on townhouse association's property – Fractures to dominant elbow and forearm – Need for plate and screws.
Monmouth County, NJ (188152)
#15
70/30 and 60/40 LIABILITY SPLITS Premises Liability – Inadequate Lighting – Trips and falls down exterior stairway at rental property due to poor lighting – Multiple injuries to two ________ – Liability only.
Pinellas County, FL (187572)
#16
$________ VERDICT INCLUDING $________ PUNITIVE DAMAGE AWARD – F.E.L.A. –FEDERAL RAIL SAFETY ACT WHISTLE BLOWER CLAIM – ________ ALLEGES THAT HE WAS RETALIATED AGAINST AFTER REPORTING AN INJURY RELATED TO INADEQUATE LIGHTING – FRACTURED TOE.
U.S. District Court - District of Connecticut (187690)
#17
________ VERDICT Premises Liability – Inadequate Lighting – ________ falls down interior stairway due to alleged lack of light in Knights of Columbus Hall – Knee and shoulder injuries necessitating surgery – Liability only.
Queens County, NY (186975)
#18
________ VERDICT Municipal Liability – City allegedly creates dangerous condition by installing speed bumps near mall parking deck exit despite inadequate lighting – Trip and fall – Five similar incidents between time of installation six to seven months earlier and time of subject fall – Fractures to left patella and right radius – Liability only.
Westchester County, NY (187071)
#19
$________ VERDICT Premises Liability – Hazardous Premises – Trip and fall on broken sidewalk under sidewalk shed abutting ________ property – Case tried under old law placing responsibility on owner if "special use" made by property owner – Lower leg fractures with surgery – No income losses.
Kings County, NY (187076)
#20
________ VERDICT Premises Liability – Inadequate Lighting – ________ contends pitch dark condition in stairwell between first and ground floors causes him to fall five steps as he is descending – Left shin trauma allegedly causes cellulitis that spreads to entire leg.
Erie County, NY (187115)
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