David Slaughter slipped and fell twice in the shower at SMJ. Slaughter’s first suit alleged that SMJ jail staff knew the showers presented a serious safety hazard because the shower floors were not slip resistant and numerous other prisoners had fallen before. Slaughter sought damages for injuries to his head and back.
Slaughter represented himself in the case.
See: Slaughter v. Blannus, CIV S-03-0217 DFL KJM-P (E.D. Cal. 2006).
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