Visitor blames Houston healthcare facility for injuries

May 25, 2017

A Harris County (Texas) woman is suing a Houston's Memorial Hermann Healthcare System and a maintenance provider, alleging their negligence caused her injuries, according to an article on the SE Texas Record.

The suit alleges the defendants failed to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition.

The woman was at the Memorial Hermann business center when she slipped and fell on a liquid on the floor. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendants negligently maintained the premises in a dangerous state and failed to warn of the existence of a dangerous condition.

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