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Woman Awarded Nearly $3M After Suffering Injury at Houston’s Downtown Aquarium

A Harris County jury recently awarded nearly $3 million in damages to a San Antonio-area woman who sued Landry’s Inc. after she fell and was injured at Houston’s Downtown Aquarium during a visit with her granddaughter.

Glenda Lammert, a 76-year-old Bexar County resident who already had a disability, required surgery for multiple fractures in her left ankle after she stepped into a trench next to a replica rowboat and fell while attempting to walk through a dark and crowded hallway at the aquarium on March 12, 2018, according to the lawsuit filed the following year. She continues to have related mobility issues, according to one of her attorneys, Joshua Davis, and “also suffered severe depression as a result of the injuries and the drastic reduction in her quality of life,” the lawsuit claims.

In a non-unanimous verdict last week, 10 of 12 jurors determined the aquarium was negligent in creating a dangerous condition and awarded Lammert a total of $2.825 million in damages, court records show.

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