Plaintiff slipped and fell on stairs at defendant’s church. Plaintiff believed that she fell on rainwater and claimed that the stairs did not comply with city codes regarding handrails. Plaintiff suffered a broken hand requiring surgery, with over $40,000 in medical bills. In defendant’s motion for summary judgment, Attorney Michael Radak argued that plaintiff could not specifically point to any negligence of the defendant as being the proximate cause of her injuries. Summary judgment was entered in favor of defendant.
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