Plaintiff responds to Luby's discovery requests in trip & fall suit
Plaintiff Elaine Bromley, who sued Luby's after tripping over an unmarked wheel stop, recently responded to the restaurant's discovery requests.
As previously reported, the suit was filed Dec. 21 in Jefferson County District Court.
On Feb. 10 Bromley filed notice showing that she had responded to Luby's requests for production and disclosure and interrogatories, court records show.
The notice states that the documents have been filed in the case.
The suit states that on April 14, 2009, Bromley was dining at the Port Arthur Luby's. As she was leaving the restaurant, she tripped and fell "over an unmarked, unpainted parking stop."
Bromley alleges Luby's owed her a duty to safeguard against the unreasonably dangerous condition and warn her of the unmarked parking stop's existence.
She is suing for her alleged past and future medical expenses, mental anguish, pain, impairment, disfigurement and lost wages, plus all court costs.
Beaumont attorney Jonathan Juhan represents her.
Luby's is represented by Houston attorney Roy Camberg.
Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, is assigned to the case.
Case No. E191-555