Bahamian plaintiff asks for son to be withdrawn from suit against Wells Fargo Bank

By Nicholas Malfitano | Jan 25, 2016

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PHILADELPHIA – A Bahamian resident has asked for her son to be withdrawn from a slip-and-fall negligence case against Wells Fargo Bank.

On an undetermined date, Stacy Marshall Campbell of Nassau, Bahamas, was in the Wells Fargo Bank at 5th and Market Streets in Philadelphia along with her young son Dane, when she allegedly fell and was injured. Stacy was holding Dane at the time of her fall, she says.

However, Dane was not injured or treated in a hospital emergency room as Stacy was, and it was determined he had no compensable injuries. On Oct. 7, the matter was then settled as to Stacy, but a request was put in to withdraw Dane from the matter. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

A rule to show cause meeting for the approval of withdrawing Dane from the litigation scheduled for last Wednesday was cancelled, along with the filing of a praecipe to discontinue the matter entirely.

The plaintiffs were originally seeking damages in excess of $50,000, plus interest, costs and other relief in this case.

The plaintiffs are represented by David T. Shulick of Shulick Law Offices, in Philadelphia.

The defendants are represented by Lawrence W. Sarowitz, of Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers, also in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 150201481

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