In large stores as big as Wal-Mart, there are bound to be accidents such as slips and falls. Kissa Madkins, a customer at a Nacogdoches Wal-Mart, claims that employees intentionally ignored the puddle of vomit that she slipped.
Madkins claims that she “slipped in a puddle of vomit which had been intentionally left unattended by Defendent.” The suit states that Wal-Mart employees comitted a “breach of the duty of ordinary care owed by Defendent to Plaintiff.”
Makins says that Wal-Mart should have known that the puddle created a unreasonable risk of harm to customers. The Plaintiff claims to have suffered severe personal injuries, however, the suit did not specifically state her injuries.
Madkins is seeking damages for past and future medical expenses, loss of earning capacity, mental anguish, physical impairment, and pain. The suit also states that the Plaintiff’s damage exceeds $75000.
Someone else’s negligence could someday cause you injury. In the event that you are wrongfully injured, consult the Madision personal injury lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®