A car dealership was ordered to pay a woman $207,663.88 who fell in a hole in their sidewalk. In her suit, L.W. alleged that she had fallen in a hole in the sidewalk near the service department at a Winter Haven, Florida car dealership. The dealership employees alleged that there was no broken concrete and the sole source of cause of L.W.’s fall was that she was allegedly running through the service department. An independent witness that was with L.W. at the time of the fall verified that she was walking directly behind him, not running, and would not be able to see the hazardous condition until it was too late. The witness also confirmed that Plaintiff’s photographic exhibits did accurately depict the condition of the sidewalk at the time of L.W.’s fall. The attorney entered into evidence numerous exhibits depicting a large broken up area of concrete and a hole that was dark and full of a dingy, moldy substance. Due to the conditions depicted in the exhibit, the attorney alleged that the hazardous condition had been present for an extended period of time and argued that the dealership knew or should have known about the condition and repaired it. When L.W. fell, she injured her knee, which resulted in knee surgery. L.W. subsequently lost her job due to the time she needed to recuperate following this surgery. The physician testified that L.W.’s knee surgery was causally related to the fall at the car dealership. Under direct examination by the attorney, L.W. carpal tunnel issues were also addressed. While the fall did not cause the carpal tunnel injury, the use of crutches during her recuperation did aggravate her condition. L.W.’s vocational rehabilitation expert testified at trial that the carpal tunnel condition had taken L.W. out of the secretarial job pool, but the added restrictions from the knee injury had completely removed L.W. from the job market. The jury, after a few hours of deliberation, awarded L.W. a judgment for past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages, and for pain and suffering.