Kaiser’s Swinging Door Injured Woman, She Says
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CN) - A woman was injured by a “swinging door” on Kaiser Permanente property, she claims in a Superior Court complaint.
Eva Albertson says she was at the Kaiser Permanente Insurance Company on Bernardo Center Drive in San Diego, when she unknowingly walked into a dangerous situation and was injured as a result.
Albertsons complaint claims defendants should have better "managed, maintained, controlled and operated the property" so that a swinging door there would not be dangerous, or should have posted a warning about the door’s “dangerous condition.”
She is suing for premises liability and product liability, willful failure to warn and dangerous condition of public property. She seeks general and compensatory damages, and medical expenses.
The plaintiff is represented by Howard Kitay, in El Cajon.