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Woman files lawsuit after falling through floor while viewing a property for sale


By Carrie Bradon | Jul 23, 2019

PRINCETON — A woman is suing a property owner and real estate agent, alleging she was injured while viewing a property for sale.

Louise Nicole Graves filed a complaint in Mercer Circuit Court against Bramwell High School ATV Lodge LLC; Janeen Webb, dba Re/Max Refined Realty; and Cameron Clement, dba Re/Max Refine Realty.

The suit claims the plaintiff was viewing the defendant's facility on Aug. 17, 2017 at 205 Bluestone Ave. in Bramwell, which was listed for sale. The plaintiff and her sister, Michelle Bourdua, went to view the property. Bourdua's real estate agent, Brandon Hicks, made arrangements with the defendant's agent, Cameron Clement, to view the building that was for sale. While the plaintiff was viewing the property, the floor allegedly collapsed causing the plaintiff's leg to go through the floor, all the way up to her hip, due to a badly maintained property and poor lighting. The plaintiff reportedly sustained severe and painful injuries to her right shoulder and left left leg.

The defendant is accused of negligence.

The plaintiff is seeking all reasonable sums due, attorney fees and court costs. The plaintiff is represented by Brandon Austin of Sanders & Austin in Princeton.

Mercer Circuit Court case number 19-C-132

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