DRAMA: Woman Says Cinemark Boca Raton Seats Are Dangerous, Sues

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Sues Over Placement Of Movie Theater Seats.


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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — In A World… Where People Can Sue Companies Over Anything… A Palm Beach County Woman Is Suing Over Placement Of Seats In Cinemark…

Cheryl Bloom claims she was injured by the placement of seats in the popular movie theater on Airport Road near Florida Atlantic University. According to the just-filed suit, Bloom claims she was in the theater on May 26th, 2018 when she somehow or another managed to trip and fall. She blames the space between rows as the culprit.

Wrote attorneys the lawsuit: ”The Defendant, Cinemark USA, breached its duty fo the Plaintiff in that the Defendant, its emplyoees, servants or agents, while acting in the course and scope of their employment, created and/or allowed to be created a dangerous and defective condition, to wit, inappropriate gap between the row she was seated in and the row of seats in front of her, creating a dangerous condition, which caused the Plaintiff, Cheryl Bloom, to trip and fall, thereby injuring herself.”

Bloom claims the fall led to ”pain and mental anguish” requiring medical care. “(She) suffered great pain and will continue to permanently suffer great pain.”

Cinemark USA did not file an immediate response, nor is there explanation in the suit as to how thousands of people see movies at Cinemark Boca Raton each week and do not fall.

Bloom is represented by Attorney Evan Krakower of Plantation.




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