An employee waived her right to sue her employer’s customers for negligence when she signed a workers’ compensation disclaimer at the time she was hired, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled in affirming a dismissal.
A New York City transit authority did not have a heightened duty of care to prevent a passenger from slipping and falling while walking in a train station, the New Jersey Appellate Division has ruled in reversing a $7.7 million judgment.
A New Jersey court on Thursday overturned a $7.7 million award to a commuter who slipped on wet floor mats at a train station outside New York City, rejecting the notion that the regional transit authority had a heightened duty of care.
An Arizona court yesterday tossed a $54,000 slip-and-fall award against a municipal golf course in Tucson, concluding that the state’s recreational-use immunity law governed the claim.
A doctor who suffered a permanent back injury when he slipped and fell in a Wal-Mart store has won a $11.25-million verdict from a Virginia jury.
A disabled Virginia woman has won a $5 million verdict for a fall in a supermarket.
A bar in Honolulu, Hawaii has lost a multimillion dollar civil suit after a patron slipped and fell on some spilled beer, leading to multiple surgeries.
An organ repairman has won his lawsuit against Carytown, Va.’s historic Byrd Theatre.
A Jackson County, Mo. jury has awarded almost $10 million to a Kansas City man who was injured in a 2008 accident at the Saint Luke’s Health System Crittenton Campus.