Pool Guy slips, falls and is now suing the Boca Raton Condo Association

Slippery. Wet. Legal action.

Mizner Tower, which currently has condos for sale ranging from $1.4 million to $3.3 million, is being sued by a pool repairman who slipped and fell.

BY: PERSONNEL REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A man whose job involves water is suing the Mizner Tower Condominium Association after he claims he slipped and fell while working on the property.

According to a lawsuit just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, on October 29, 2020 — the day he worked on the property — Thomas Graham “was working for a pool company hired by the Mizner Towner Condominium Association.”

Graham, according to the lawsuit, “was outside at the spa and/or pool area in a common area of ​​the affected property and descended a flight of stairs on the second level. As Graham was walking down the stairs, he slipped on a step and fell. At the time of the fall, the area of ​​the stairs where the fall occurred was covered with ceramic tiles, making the steps unduly dangerous and slippery. The dangerous condition of the stairs is compounded if they become wet from rain and/or water from the spa/pool area.”

Lawyers for Graham claim he sustained significant injuries.

The suit does not state what Graham was repairing or maintaining at the pool, whether he got wet while working at the pool, or what he was wearing on his feet at the time of the slip and fall.

Current Mizner Tower condo listings range from $1.4M to $3.3M.

Read the full suit here:

MIZNER TOWER

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