Plaintiff demands $600,000 from arbitrator for trip and fall, receives $15,830

Plaintiff struck her foot on an uncovered electrical box on the floor of a grocery store, resulting in a fractured bone that she claimed kept her from being able to use the pedals in her job as an organ player at church.  She claimed $10,000 in medical bills with lost wages in excess of $300,000.  Parties agreed to a binding arbitration, where Attorney Michael Radak defended the grocery store client.  At the close of plaintiff’s case, she requested $600,000 as compensation.  Plaintiff was awarded $15,830.40.