Florence, South Carolina 2022-05-25 12:19:44 –
Conway, South Carolina (WBTW) —A woman in Chesterfield is suing Coastal Carolina University after claiming she stumbled and fell on the sidewalk.
In a proceeding filed in the 15th Circuit Court last month, Pauline Harrison claims to be a “business invitee” on campus on April 24, 2019. She was walking on the sidewalk when she stumbled and fell. The raised concrete part.
According to the proceedings, she was “seriously injured,” but the details of her injury were not detailed.
After that, she has to pay hospital invoices, doctor’s invoices, ophthalmologist care, eyeglass and medicine replacement costs, and the proceedings will incur future medical costs.
According to the South Carolina Secretary of State’s Business Unit Search, Pauline Harrison owns MaximizeTransportation LLC, which is registered in North Charleston. The business was incorporated last month.
Falling is “extensive pain, mental distress, distress and discomfort”, as well as “periodic disability”, permanent injury, trauma, inability to continue normal activities, and enjoyment of life. Caused a loss and financial loss. According to the proceedings.
In the proceedings, the CCU was informed of “hidden dangerous conditions or activities known to the defendant, taking reasonable care to find people and avoid injury to those operating on the land. I was obliged to take reasonable care to warn people. ” Or changes in the condition of the facility that may be dangerous to the person and may be reasonably expected to be discovered by the person. “
After inviting her, the CCU is in a hidden and dangerous state of the premises that the defendant knew or should have known, and a licensee like the plaintiff could reasonably be a “ on the sidewalk. I had to warn her about the “concrete uplift” condition. According to the proceedings, she is expected to discover, “she said.
The proceedings also allege that the university did not properly train and supervise staff and hired negligent, unqualified and unsupervised staff.
The document attached to the filing includes a letter from Coastal Beach Claims, Inc. stating that CCU’s insurance company, the Reserve Fund, “was not responsible on the part of Coastal Carolina University.” Harrison’s allegations were denied.
The proceedings require a jury trial. Harrison is seeking “a reasonable amount of actual punitive damages.”
News13 is asking the CCU for comment.
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