Resident alleges that unlit, uneven nature of her apartment’s walkway caused her to fall (LA)

Brenda Robin filed a suit against Villa D’Orleans Condominium Association Inc. & Arch Insurance Co. in the 24th Judicial District Court on Aug. 22.  According to the claim, the plaintiff was walking after dark on Feb. 17 at her residency, 3126 Edenborn Ave., Apartment 516 in Metairie when the incident occurred. The suit states that the plaintiff was caused to fall when she encountered an unlit and uneven portion of the entrance walkway, which also was without handrails.    Read the article………….


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