$1,400,000 • Amputated Diabetic Foot. Premises Liability
The plaintiff, age 42, was working as a part-time secretary in a commercial office building when she existed the rear door to the office building, slipped and fell on concrete stoop and fractured her right heal. Plaintiff alleged that the stoop had an excessive slope in violation of building codes making it hazardous. The Plaintiff who was a diabetic developed a degenerative called “Charcot's foot” from the traumatic fracture, which later resulted in amputation of her foot above the ankle.
Hruby v. FCB, Ltd.