It was not the usual cuddling work on the bed that broke and was actually fired by an English woman who was paralyzed after the fall.
46-year-old Claire Busby came in front of her husband's bed while she was headed when she was injured in paralysis. The woman swore a bedding company because she believed she was wrong, poorly assembled and exposed.
However, the court described the case as a tragic accident and dismissed the woman's request. Judge Barry Cotter said that the bed has no manufacturing defects and there is nothing to prove the manufacturer's responsibility in the matter.
A woman in Berkishire, Maidenhead, said she was too close to the edge of the bed and that she could be so unhappy, and the court in the official statement also claimed that the wrong move and position on the edge of the bed together caused an accident because she just leaned on her hands when she wanted pushing the legs into breath, which the court described as "not a simple maneuver".
Berkshire Bed issued a statement in which it welcomed the court's decision and regretted the accident and was looking for a better way.