Airport Fall – Defense Verdict
Appleyard v. Port of Portland, Multnomah County Case No. 16CV05139
Plaintiff Appleyard was picking up his luggage from carousel #8 at the Portland International Airport when he tripped over one of his bags and fell, striking his foot on the underside “toe space” of the baggage carousel. He claimed that the baggage carousel housing had a sharp edge that caused a significant laceration that required surgical repair and multiple days in the hospital. He claimed Defendant Port of Portland was negligent for failing to inspect the carousel, failing to warn of the danger and failing to make the . . .
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