Medical affidavits have been filed in a personal injury lawsuit against Kohl’s Department Stores and Straightline Powerwashing and Stripping.
As previously reported, area resident Felisha Davis sued the companies in July, alleging she slipped and fell in paint two years ago has filed a slip-and-fall suit against Kohl’s Department Stores and Straightline Powerwashing.
Court records show that on Sept. 14 the following medical affidavits were filed in the cause of action:
- Lindsay Johnson, custodian of medical records for Beaumont Bone & Joint;
- Linda Rabalais, custodian of medical records for Beaumont Bone & Joint;
- And Gidget Wilson, custodian of medical records for Doctors Express.
The lawsuit alleges that on July 13, 2010, Davis was shopping at the Beaumont Kohl’s when she slipped and fell on some paint, breaking her arm.
The suit accuses the defendants of negligently failing to warn customers of the dangerous condition.
Davis is suing for her alleged past and future medical expenses, mental anguish, pain, impairment, disfigurement and lost wages, plus all court costs.
She is represented by John Werner, attorney for the Beaumont law firm Reaud, Morgan & Quinn.
Judge Milton Shuffield, 136th District Court, is assigned to the case.
Case No. D192-672