This case takes place in Pennsylvania and involves a slip and fall causing permanent injuries. The plaintiff delivery driver entered the premise in question operating a box truck with a load of packages destined for the defendant facility. It was a very cold morning and snow and ice had accumulated several inches in height. The plaintiff parked his delivery truck and exited the cab, at which point he stepped onto the asphalt surface of the defendant’s parking lot, which had been affected by the weather. The plaintiff’s feet came into contact with ridges of snow and ice that had accumulated in the parking area, causing him to slip and fall violently to the ground on his right arm, causing serious and permanent injury to his wrist and elbow. The plaintiff alleges the defendant failed to maintain the parking lot by allowing water to accumulate and freeze with no attempt to remove it. In addition, there was a failure to inform or warn the plaintiff in using the area in question.