Businesses misrepresented shower door's durability to customer, court papers assert

By John Suayan | Feb 7, 2019


HOUSTON – A Montgomery County woman’s state district lawsuit holds three businesses responsible for an allegedly faulty shower door.

Claiming the door she purchased “exploded or shattered into large chards (sic) of glass” while she was taking a shower on Mar. 2, 2017, Brittany Wagner Mohammad initiated litigation against Custom Glass Design of Houston LLC; Aztec Glass & Mirror, Inc.; and Clarity Glass Wholesalers, LLC in the Harris County 55th District Court on Feb. 5.

The suit asserts that Custom Glass and Clarity Glass designed and manufactured the door while Aztec was the installer of the product at Mohammad’s residence.

The plaintiff was reportedly told that the door was shatterproof. She says that the product’s failure caused her to suffer serious injuries to her right leg.

Consequently, Mohammad seeks no more than $1.3 million in damages.

Andrew L. Drapkin of Houston is representing the complainant.

Harris County 55th District Court Case No. 2019-09045

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