This case involves a man who was seriously injured after an accident in the bathtub in his hotel room in Washington. The man, who suffered from impaired mobility due to muscular dystrophy, was given a hotel room that was customized to ADA recommendations. Shortly after checking in to his room, the man attempted to use the shower. Immediately upon putting his weight onto the shower’s folding seat the seat collapsed, causing him to strike his head on the wall of the tub and suffer a debilitating brain injury. In addition, it was also noted that the shower lacked anti-slip strips on the tub’s surface. It was alleged that the hotel failed to maintain the room according to ADA standards, posing a direct danger to guests who were assigned the room.