PHILADELPHIA – The broken sidewalk of a Coca Cola beverage production center in Philadelphia led to a plaintiff’s fall and subsequent severe head and spinal injuries, a new lawsuit states.
Basil Glover of Philadelphia filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas on April 30 versus Liberty 725 East Erie Avenue LLC, Liberty Coca Cola Beverages Production Center and Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, both of Philadelphia.
Glover avers that on Aug. 9, 2016, he was walking on the sidewalk outside the Coca Cola facility on Erie Avenue, when a broken piece of said sidewalk caused him to fall and receive a number of serious injuries. These included disc herniations, cervical and lumbar strain and sprain, contusions, groin injury, nerve damage and a shock to his nerves and nervous system.
According to the plaintiff, the defendants are liable for allowing the aforementioned dangerous condition to exist on the sidewalk, failed to give the plaintiff proper and due notice of the dangerous condition, failed to provide a safe walkway for pedestrians in the area and failed to provide adequate lighting, in order for pedestrians to avoid a similar accident, among other charges.
For negligence, the plaintiff is seeking damages, individually, jointly and/or severally, against the defendants in excess of $50,000 in this matter.
The plaintiff is represented by Jeffrey B. Solomon of Dion Solomon & Shapiro, in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas case 180404713
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