Woman alleges mental anguish for life after slip & fall at H-E-B
A Beaumont local is suing H-E-B for failing to warn her that she was about to step and slip on a substance on the floor – a fall that she alleges will force her to endure “mental anguish for the rest of her life.”
Diane Mosley filed suit against H-E-B Grocery Company on June 8 in Jefferson County District Court.
According to her lawsuit, on June 12, 2013, Mosley was shopping at a H-E-B when she slipped and fell because of a substance on the floor, causing her to hurt her back, knee, arm, leg and body in general.
Mosley maintains she sustained serious and permanent injuries because H-E-B negligently failed to warn her of the dangerous condition and inspect and maintain its premises.
She alleges she will be forced to endure mental anguish, pain and suffering for “probably the rest of her life.”
Beaumont attorney Stephen Williams represents her.
Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District, has been assigned to the case.
Case No. E-197220