Bradshaw attorney Scott Wormsley successfully defended the owner of a convenience store concerning a trip-and-fall on its premises. The allegations against the convenience store were for negligence in not maintaining its property in a reasonably safe manner. The injured party made a claim to the jury for personal injuries including a surgery she claimed was necessary to repair her ankle. Scott Wormsley argued that the convenience store was not negligent since it did a reasonable job of keeping its property safe for customers. The jury found in favor of the convenience store concluding that the store was not negligent. As such, no damages were awarded.
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