Bradshaw attorney Scott Wormsley successfully defended the owner of a convenience store concerning a trip-and-fall over merchandise. The allegations against the convenience store were for negligence in not removing items waiting to be stocked from the aisles of the store in a timely manner. The injured party made a claim to the jury for personal injuries including several surgeries to her wrist. Scott Wormsley argued that the plaintiff was negligent for not keeping a proper lookout and that the convenience store was not negligent since it did a reasonable job of keeping aisles 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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