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Case Style: Pamela Lawrie v. Kum & Co., L.C.
Case Number: CJ-2014-4607
Judge: Caroline Wall
Court: District Court, Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Plaintiff's Attorney: Don Smolen, Sr.
Defendant's Attorney: Richard Wassall
Description: Tulsa, OK - Pamela Lawrie sued Kum & Co., L.C. on a premises liability theory claiming:
1. That the Plaintiff is a resident of Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma; and, that Defendant, KUM & GO, L.C., is an Iowa Limited Liability Company and doing business in the State of Oklahoma That the complaint alleged herein occurred in Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma, aTd that this Court has junsdiction over the parties and subject matter herein
FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION
2. On March 13, 2014, Plaintiff, PAMELA LAWRIE, while a business invitee ofthe Defendant at its location of 7675 East 5Pt Street, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, slipped and fell in water which was negligently allowed to remain unmarked or posted with a warning sign or marker. That said premises were owned and maintained by Defendant, KUM & GO, L.C.
3. The Defendant knew, or should have known, that said dangerous condition existed and was, therefore, negligent.
4. That Plaintiff, PAMELA LAWRIE, was injured as a result of the negligence of the Defendant.
5. When injured, Plaintiff, PAMELA LAWRIE, was 56 years old with a life expectancy of 27.5 more years according to the U. S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2012.
6. Plaintiff, PAMELA LAWRIE, has and will incur medical expenses, has and will suffer pain of mind and body and has had her earning capacity impaired.
Outcome: Settled for an undisclosed sum and dismissed with prejudice.