Jackie Booker and Lily Nierenberg obtained a complete defense verdict on behalf of a national retailer in a premises liability matter. Plaintiff alleged that she slipped and fell on a puddle of water inside the store and claimed more than $250,000 for past and future medical care, wage loss, and physical impairment. Plaintiff argued that the store was responsible for not noticing and correcting the condition that caused her fall. Neither Plaintiff nor the store knew the source of the water or how long it had been present. Following a five-day jury trial in federal court, the jury deliberated less than two hours and unanimously agreed that the company did not have actual or constructive knowledge of the alleged dangerous condition—a required element of Plaintiff’s claim. The Court entered judgment in favor of the retailer.