Man sues elevator company over mishap in condo, says he hurt leg in fall

A retiree who says he hurt his leg after tumbling from a malfunctioning elevator in his downtown condominium is suing one of the world’s largest elevator companies for negligence.  In his unproven statement of claim before Ontario Superior Court, Kenneth Smookler seeks $25,000 in compensation from Schindler Elevator and his Toronto condo corporation for what he alleges was their failure to maintain the device properly.     Read the article…………..


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