Fan's Failure to Notify of Defective Seat Condition Results in Mets Victory


In Robert Russell v. The City of New York

and NY Mets Sterling Doubleday Enterprises, a New York state court judge granted a motion for summary judgment in a case where a seat at Shea Stadium collapsed and a fan, the plaintiff, was injured.

The plaintiff claimed that his injuries were caused by the City and Sterling's negligence and that the defendants created the seat condition and had actual and constructive notice of the condition.

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