This case involves an elderly male plaintiff who slipped and broke his hip at a chain fast food location in Mississippi. The slip occurred within an hour of the floor being mopped. The company’s policy manual explicitly stated that the cleaning solution used on the floor must be wiped up after application. An investigation into the chain location revealed that the cleaner was almost always allowed to air-dry rather. Not conducting a dry-mop was a violation of company policy. As a result, it was suspected that coats of cleaner accumulated on the floor causing it to be far more slippery than normal when wet. An expert in restaurant management was sought to address the theory that successive applications of the cleaner can create dangerous conditions if not properly dried.