A woman has filed a personal injury suit against a McDonald’s in Putnam County, West Virginia for injuries she suffered there in a 2008 incident.
According to the suit April Wise filed against McDonald’s of Teays Valley in West Virginia’s Putnam Circuit Court on June 15, as she was entering the restaurant on June 16, 2008, she slipped and fell, resulting in multiple bodily injuries.
In addition to the restaurant, John Does 1-4, John Doe Entity, McDonald’s Restaurants of West Virginia Inc., McDonald’s Corp., and McDonald’s USA LLC have been named as defendants.
Wise alleges that upon entering the restaurant’s foyer, she slipped and fell on a wet floor. She said that no warning signs had been “posted within the proximity of the foyer” and that “the non-slip mat/carpet was removed from the foyer” at the time of the accident. She claims the manager, employees, and/or store operator should have known about the danger presented by the wet and slippery floor.
Wise claims the fall caused her to sustain serious injuries including to her back, neck, right arm, and wrist, pain, discomfort, annoyance, and inconvenience and incur a loss of wages and medical costs.
Wise seeks unspecified damages plus costs of suit.
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