A woman has filed a lawsuit claiming she suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident at the St. Clair Square Mall. According to the complaint, Beverly Postar slipped and fell after she entered a bathroom stall at the mall in December of 2008. The plaintiff claims the toilet was not properly secured to the bathroom floor resulting in water leaking out. The wet floor caused her fall and she suffered injuries to her right hand, foot, pelvis, and teeth. The lawsuit claims the defendants, St. Clair Square Mall, ERMC II L.P. and Vic White were negligent in providing a safe environment and failed to warn costumers about the potential risk of fall. The defendants deny all allegations and believe Postar is responsible for her own injuries. She is seeking more than $50,000 in compensation for her damages.
Slip and fall accidents, dog bites, food poisonings, and drownings are examples of premises liability accidents that can result in serious injuries, illnesses, and death. All property owners are required to provide and maintain a safe premises to prevent an accident from occurring. Slip and fall accidents often occur when the owner or manager fails to remove liquids from floors, ensure there are no tripping hazards, and fails to warn individuals of a dangerous area.
If you have suffered an injury in a slip and fall accident, it is important to contact the premises liability attorneys at Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth. Our St. Louis personal injury attorneys will fully investigate your accident to prove the negligence of the property owner. We will fight to hold the negligent party accountable while obtaining the compensation you deserve for your damages. Contact our experienced attorneys today so we can provide you with a free no-obligation consultation regarding your accident.