This case involves an injury to a movie theater patron. The movie complex in question was redesigned in 2012 in order to add thirty seats in each theater. In order to accomplish this goal, the movie complex added seats to the designated handicap spots in the back of the theater, which caused the added seats to extend into the aisle. Because of this, there were plans to add an additional exit, but construction was not scheduled to begin until eight months after the incident in question. During the movie, the plaintiff had to go to the restroom but waited until the film’s conclusion. As soon as the movie ended, the plaintiff rushed to exit the movie theater but tripped on the seats which extended into the aisle. The plaintiff sustained a broken leg, two cracked ribs, and a fractured wrist.