This fitness industry case involves a slip-and-fall incident in a shower at a fitness club on the west coast. The plaintiff is a thirty-eight-year-old woman who was a new member at the health club. She alleges that there was insufficient rubber matting in a locker room shower. She said that water from the shower made the floor wet and slippery, causing her to fall as she exited the shower. She suffered serious injuries, including a broken wrist and head trauma. Due to her injuries, the plaintiff, who is a personal trainer and fencing instructor, could not work for twelve weeks. She lost considerable income and incurred extensive medical expenses. The defense asserts that the configuration of the rubber matting in the shower area appears sufficient based on any applicable industry standards.