PHILADELPHIA – Negligence litigation between a Philadelphia woman and the SugarHouse Casino and Anheuser Busch centered on injuries resulting from her from being cut by a beer bottle she was served at the casino has been settled.
According to the case’s docket, court records show the case was settled on Oct. 20 of last year. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed and the case was marked “discontinued.”
Susan McGee of Philadelphia initially filed suit on Jan. 24, 2017 in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, against Sugarhouse Gaming L.P., Anheuser Busch, Inc. C/T System and Anheuser Busch InBev Worldwide, Inc., all of Philadelphia, in reference to an incident which occurred on Feb. 3, 2015.
“Plaintiff was severely wounded and cut by reason of coming into contact with the aforementioned dangerous and defective condition at the aforesaid location, causing plaintiff the injuries that form the basis of this action,” the complaint read.
McGee alleged the defendants failed to inspect or repair the dangerous and defective condition or warn customers of same, and said she suffered cuts, contusions, abrasions, permanent scarring and disfigurement, plus numbness and tingling in her bottom lip (all of which required medical attention, as well as a tetanus shot), as a result.
The plaintiff was seeking damages, individually, jointly and severally, not in excess of the arbitration limit of $50,000, plus interest, attorney’s fees and costs of suit.
The plaintiff was represented by Justin M. Bieber of J. Bieber Law, in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 170103353
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