A long-term member of the fitness center (intended for family use) slipped and fell upon entering a public shower room (which had no mats). A Member slipped and fell due to a slippery substance nearby a moderate pool of water. A member was not barefoot and was wearing shower slippers. Male shower room also had no shower stalls and tiles were slippery. The rails were around the wall only (it was impossible to grab the rails if someone fell in the middle of the shower area. Member sustained severe personal injuries. Are there any successful NY Supreme Court Cases and/or case Laws that can be used against the landlord/tenant. What is the responsibility of the maintenance people? Is prior written Notice required or the maintenance people should have reasonably be on notice?
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