A plaintiff sued after falling and breaking her hip near the check stand of a convenience store. She claimed the floor was wet from a floor scrubber and that the store’s staff failed to warn her. Partner Nathan Clark took the plaintiff to task—and to trial—where he showed the jury photographs and store video of four different wet-floor warning devices the Plaintiff passed during her time in the store.  Mr. Clark also highlighted the plaintiff’s own admission to her doctor that she tripped on her flip-flops and fell.  A Tulsa County jury exonerated the store with a unanimous defense verdict after an hour of deliberation.