Anderson fell on a patch of black ice covering a large pothole. The incident was captured on video, said her lawyer, (Credit: kolt_duo/Shutterstock.com_ Anderson fell on a patch of black ice covering a large pothole. The incident was captured on video, said her lawyer, (Credit: kolt_duo/Shutterstock.com_

A woman seriously injured after a fall on black ice settled her Monmouth County, New Jersey suit against the property owner and snow removal contractor, Anderson v. Claremont Neptune, on May 27 for $2.15 million.

As Yvette Anderson left work at 3310 Route 36 in Neptune on Jan. 9, 2018, she walked through the parking lot on the way to her car. It was already dark outside by at 5:20 p.m., but the parking lot lights allegedly had not been turned on yet. Anderson fell on a patch of black ice covering a large pothole. The incident was captured on video, said her lawyer, Nicholas Leonardis of Stathis & Leonardis in Edision.

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