Jay O’Brien and Quinn Bennett Prevail at Trial in Premises Liability Case
Jay O’Brien and Quinn Bennett obtained a defense verdict in a heavily contested premises liability case on behalf of their two clients, a condominium association and property management company. Plaintiff alleged that as she was walking through the parking lot at the condominium, she fell into a large hole in front of a storm drain, all the way down to the middle of her chest. As a result, Plaintiff claimed injuries to her knee and a shoulder rotator cuff tear that ultimately required surgery. Plaintiff’s medical bills were in excess of $100,000.00. Plaintiff asked the Jury for her medical bills and an additional $485,000.00 for pain and suffering. The jury deliberated for less than an hour before returning a defense verdict.
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