The plaintiff in this case was injured while attending a business dinner. The plaintiff, along with his client, were escorted to two tall stools at the bar by the restaurant’s hostess. The legs of both stools had wheels, while the stools themselves were placed on a hard and smooth surface that allowed them to roll freely. During the meal, the plaintiff left the restaurant to take a call and returned to his stool after the call was completed. Prior to taking the call, the plaintiff had consumed several alcoholic beverages. When the plaintiff attempted to sit on the stool after returning to the restaurant, the stool rolled away, causing the plaintiff to fall and suffer a number of serious injuries. After speaking with a manager at the restaurant and communicating the danger that the stools caused, stools without wheels were allegedly installed on a less slippery surface.