Bar patron named Stone slips on gravel, sues Luke’s Icehouse for failing to barricade sidewalk

By David Yates | May 8, 2019

BEAUMONT – A bar patron is suing Luke’s Icehouse for failing to provide “warning signs” and “barriers” around the loose pea gravel spread across the sidewalk, which allegedly caused him to slip and fall.

Alan Sherrill Stone filed the suit on April 26 in Jefferson County District Court.

According to the lawsuit, Stone was at the Beaumont Luke’s Icehouse when he “stepped on to pea gravel that was spread over the sidewalk,” causing his right foot to twist and ankle to break.

Stone asserts the bar negligently failed to “provide adequate warning signs and/or barriers warning” him of the “loose pea gravel.”

He is suing for his past and future pain, mental anguish, medical expenses, impairment and lost wages.

Taylor Miller, attorney for the Reaud Morgan & Quinn law firm, represents him.

Judge Justin Sanderson, 60th District Court, has been assigned to the case.

Case No. B-203746

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