A woman who alleges that she was injured when rowdy patrons fell on her during a country music concert may proceed with her suit against the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New York, a judge has ruled.

In Ferrara v. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 5301/05, New York Supreme Court Justice John M. Galasso denied the coliseum’s motion for summary judgment noting that questions of fact have been raised about the adequacy of the coliseum’s security. The judge said that a jury trial is required to determine what actually happened at a Feb. 28, 2004, concert by Alan Jackson and Martina McBride.

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