This case involves a blind man who attended a conference at the defendant hotel. The man was scheduled to give a speech on stage during the conference and required that the stage be adjusted to accommodate him. The hotel had been informed of the man’s disability beforehand and was instructed to set up the stage directly against the wall. However, the hotel personnel did not follow those instructions and instead put the stage on the wrong wall with a gap between the wall and stage. As the blind man was walking to his seat on the stage, he fell through the gap between the stage and the wall. The man was so significantly injured by the fall that he passed away several months later from complications secondary to his injuries. An expert in hotel safety was sought to speak to the proper protocols when setting up these types of conference and safety measures that should be taken to ensure this type of accident does not occur.