Wal-Mart Facing Another Slip and Fall Lawsuit

Posted on Dec 15, 2010 5:35pm PST

Wal-Mart faces another slip and fall lawsuit after a customer hurt himself in their Bogalusa store on an unidentified substance on the floor. Virgil L. Thomas claims to have fallen in the store on February 12 in which his attorney states that the mega-chain store failed to warn customers of dangerous conditions, as well as failing to warn business invitees of possible danger and for failure to remove the dangerous substance from the aisle.

Thomas is asking for over $2 million in damages for physical pain and suffering, medical expenses, disability, loss of enjoyment of life, mental anguish, interest and court costs. He will be represented by attorney John M. Robin of Convington.

They have requested a jury trial; the case will be overseen by U.S. District Judge Ivan L.R. Lemelle.

Have you recently become the victim of a slip and fall accident? Have you suffered physically and emotionally, lost time from work, and cannot take care of your medical bills? If so, it is time to contact our firm to arrange a time to speak with a North Carolina personal injury lawyer.

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