In Trench v. Winn-Dixie Montgomery LLC, 14-152 (La. App. 5 Cir. 9/24/14), — So.3d —, the court considered whether summary judgment was appropriate in a “slip and fall” where the plaintiff claimed that a store manager conceded that too much wax had been used in cleaning the floors. Despite this assertion, and the manager’s denial, summary judgment was upheld because the plaintiff lacked evidence to show what caused her fall. As such, plaintiff’s evidence was considered “mere speculation” and insufficient to defeat a supported summary judgment motion.