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Postby eadelmarr » Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:13 am

MY 4 YR OLD DAUGHTER CUT HER FINGER ON A GLASS DISPLAY/SHIELD YESTERDAY AROUND 3:30 PM. ITS NOT A VERY BIG CUT BUT MAY BE PRETTY DEEP. IT BLED VERY VERY BAD  FOR 5-10 MIN. THERE WAS NO SIGN/CAUTIONS ABOUT THE GLASS AND HAS APPARENTLY BEEN BROKEN FOR SOME TIME NOW. WONDERING IF ANY LEGAL ISSUES NEED TO BE ADDRESSED?
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Postby Cranley » Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:41 am

MY 4 YR OLD DAUGHTER CUT HER FINGER ON A GLASS DISPLAY/SHIELD YESTERDAY AROUND 3:30 PM. ITS NOT A VERY BIG CUT BUT MAY BE PRETTY DEEP. IT BLED VERY VERY BAD  FOR 5-10 MIN. THERE WAS NO SIGN/CAUTIONS ABOUT THE GLASS AND HAS APPARENTLY BEEN BROKEN FOR SOME TIME NOW. WONDERING IF ANY LEGAL ISSUES NEED TO BE ADDRESSED?
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Postby Ashwin » Thu Dec 08, 2016 11:14 pm

Corey,

Generally, a business is responsible for dangers it creates, known dangers which are not corrected in a timely manner and failing to reasonably determine dangers.  If the store knew or should have known of the glass which could cause an injury, it may be responsible to pay for the medical care as well as pain and suffering.

I suggest you speak to a personal injury attorney in your area.  Usually, personal injury attorneys will take the cases on a contingency fee and don't charge by the hour.

Very truly yours,

Paul D. Friedman, M.A., Ph.D., J.D.
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