The plaintiff had just had a meeting with the president of the bank. She got into her car and realized she left her pocketbook in his office. She remembered that a regular customer had left her belongings in the meeting room from a meeting at the bank and was on her way back. She went back to get it and walked into the glass wall of the office, severely injuring the disks in her neck. Her attorney argued to the jury that there were no markings on the glass and that this was not the first time someone had walked into it. We argued that regardless, she had just been in the bank and therefore, knew or should have known the glass was there. The jury was out 10 minutes and returned a no-cause. The plaintiff got nothing.