Woman Blamed Defective Skates for Fall, Broken Arm
Jones v. Bluestem Brands
On June 26, 2014, plaintiff Gladys Jones, 50, a part-time health care aide, fell and injured her arm while roller skating at a park in Philadelphia. She claimed the "Chicago Skates" brand of skates she used were defective, because the right skate was missing a pivot cup.
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