Condo association sued by woman claiming permanent disability after slip and fall (LA)

Smith contends that on Sept. 7, 2014 she was a guest at the Metairie Towers Condominium Association located at 401 Metairie Road when she stepped out of an elevator onto a slippery substance on the floor and fell. The plaintiff asserts she suffered several injuries in the incident for which she has had to seek medical treatment and is permanently disabled as a result.   Read the article………..


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