A $650,000 settlement has been reached in a case brought by a Southwest Philadelphia man who broke his elbow after allegedly slipping on a wet floor while breakdancing in a Broad Street banquet hall.

“To the best of our knowledge, there is no caselaw on breakdancing” in the slip-and-fall context, said Mark Richter of Jeffrey R. Lessin & Associates in Philadelphia, who represented the plaintiff in Williams v. Penn Jersey Crown Leasing Corp.

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