NEW ORLEANS — A lawsuit against Kirin Property LLC, McKenna Crescent Investments LLC, MC13 LLC and Mark Ebenhoch by Glyndall Simon has been dismissed with prejudice.
A case dismissed with prejudice is a final judgment and the plaintiff can not bring action on the same claim again.
Court documents showed the claims made by Simon were dismissed because the allegations made were found to be lacking sufficient information upon which to justify belief, stating that the plaintiff had a responsibility to have due regard for her own safety and act as a reasonable and prudent person. The plaintiff is responsible for all costs associated with the case.
Simon originally claimed she was injured in a slip and fall in her apartment at 2606 Orleans Ave. on Dec. 7, 2015. She alleged in her suit that a leak left her floor in a dangerous condition, and left her with bruises and sprains to her spine, shoulder, head, neck and upper extremities.
Kirin Property, McKenna Crescent Investments, MC13 and Mark Ebenhoch have been released from all alleged liability associated with this case.
"Mark Ebenhoch was not the owner of the property and was not responsible for the alleged slip and fall," Harrison stated . "The information of the actual owner was readily accessible by anyone through public records.
"The lawsuit filed by Glyndell Simon and her attorney, Michael I. Roderiguez was frivolous and fraudulent from the onset.
"Thankfully, Judge Christopher J. Bruno dismissed the case with prejudice. However, Ms. Simon and her attorney, Mr. Rodriguez should have been sanctioned for filing this ridiculous lawsuit.
"Mr. Ebenhoch should never had to endure this misrepresentation of his name and reputation. Plaintiff and her attorney should be mindful about filing false lawsuits with no facts in the future."
Orleans Parish Civil District Court case number 16-11946