CLEARWATER — A couple is suing a South Pasadena property owner, alleging negligence led to the wife sustaining injuries.
Crystal Dyan Harvey and Charles Harvey filed a complaint April 5 in Pinellas Circuit Court against McKinley Gulf of Mexico LLC, alleging the defendant allowed a dangerous condition to exist for a long enough period of time on the premises.
According to the complaint, June 8, 2017, Crystal Dyan Harvey was a customer at McKinley Gulf of Mexico, 6740 Gulfport Blvd. S, South Pasadena. The suit says Harvey was caused to slip and fall onto her back due to greasy or wet floor. The lawsuit states Harvey sustained injuries to her head, neck, body and limbs.
The Harveys allege the greasy and/or wet floor posed a dangerous, unnecessary and unreasonable slip hazard in an area that was likely to be traversed by invitees of the premises.
As a result, Charles Harvey says he has lost his spouse's comfort, society, services and attentions.
The plaintiffs allege McKinley Gulf of Mexico failed to remove the dangerous condition when it was known that the greasy and/or slippery floor created a slip hazard and failed to barricade, guard or warn the public of the dangerous and hazardous conditions on the property.
The Harveys seek trial by jury, damages of more than $15,000, plus court costs and interest on liquidated damages. They are represented by attorney Michael P. Perenich of Ferench, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes PA in Clearwater.
Pinellas Circuit Court case number 18CA002099