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Marriot Customer Sues After Elevator Slip and Fall
On June 30, 2014 a Lousiana woman filed suit against Marriott Hotel Services Inc., Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club, Marriott Ownership Resorts and Marriott Vacation Club International in the 24th Judicial District Court. Lauren A. Welch asserts that she broke her foot and a tooth when she slipped and fell on a slick area while entering one of the elevators in Marriot’s Ko Olina Beach Club
The case will be presided over by Judge Henry G. Sullivan Jr. in the 24th Judicial District Courtin Louisiana. Marriott is being accused of allowing the hazardous condition of the slick elevator floor to exist, failing to properly monitor the condition of the floor in the elevator, creating a hazard for patrons, and failing to properly train and supervise employees. An unspecified amount in damages is being sought for physical disability, mental pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and also for medical expenses.
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Following graduation from Loyola Law School in New Orleans in 1990, Price McNamara served as a Federal Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable John M Shaw, Chief Judge, United States District Court Western District of Louisiana.
Mr. McNamara founded the Law Offices of J. Price McNamara, and began putting his past experience to work for the injured and disabled clients he now represents against the insurance companies in personal injury and long term disability and other insurance disputes in both federal and state courts