Torres v. Walmart


03/02/09 – 03/05/09

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Plaintiff allegedly slipped on a wet floor in a Walmart store aisle and fell backwards, hitting his head on a pallet, resulting in herniated discs in his neck and back. The plaintiff alleged that there were no warning cones blocking his access to or otherwise adequately protecting him from the dangerous condition. The defendant claimed that it had been conscientious in keeping the floor clean, it provided adequate warning cones, and although the floor may have been shiny, it was not wet or slippery.

The jury found for the defendant.


Verdict for the defense



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