SUMMARY JUDGMENT GRANTED TO LYNCH SCHWAB & GASPARINI CLIENT
In May of 2014, Lynch Schwab obtained summary judgment on behalf of their client, Chapel Hill Condominium, in a personal injury lawsuit. The plaintiff sustained a severe, fractured elbow resulting in surgery with insertion of pins and metal plate as a result of a fall from a dance floor. In obtaining summary judgment, Lynch Schwab successfully argued that the height differential of the dance floor from the ground floor constituted a “trivial defect” and that the dance floor was not defective or dangerous.
Witt v. Chapel Hill Condominium (Supreme Court, Westchester County).
Posted on April 6, 2015 in Firm News