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Premises liability claim filed against Save-A-Lot

If a store in Pennsylvania features a hazard that causes injuries to a customer, it is within the customer's right to try to hold the store financially responsible for his or her injuries. In one case in another state, a man claimed he suffered injuries while at the supermarket chain store Save-A-Lot. He has thus filed a premises liability lawsuit against the store and the store's supervisor, alleging negligence.

Premises liability suit filed against club following shooting

When a business owner in Pennsylvania fails to keep his or her property secure, someone at the establishment may end up getting hurt or even killed. In this situation, that business owner can be held liable. One woman in another state recently filed a premises liability suit against a club on behalf of her son, who died at the club after being shot in the head during a show.

Premises liability claim involving banana filed against Walmart

A seemingly minor slip-and-fall accident may lead to major problems for a customer in Pennsylvania. In another state, a woman claimed she suffered injuries in a slip-and-fall accident at a Walmart. She has thus filed a premises liability claim against the retail giant.

Red Lobster accused of over-serving a customer, causing injury

Establishments serving alcohol in Pennsylvania may be held liable for any injuries or deaths that occur in motor vehicle accidents occasioned by their over-serving customers. In one out-of-state case, a man recently filed a lawsuit on his own behalf and on behalf of his two sons after an allegedly intoxicated driver caused a motor vehicle accident. The father claims that a Red Lobster restaurant's over-serving a customer led to the accident.

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