Falling Merchandise Injuries in Shreveport

Shreveport Personal Injury Lawyer

Were you or someone you love injured because of falling merchandise in a retail store? Falling merchandise in grocery stores, department stores, electronics stores, hardware stores, or any retail store can cause serious injury to an individual. Did you know that you can seek compensation for your injury?

Falling merchandise is often the result of negligence on the part of store employees or the storeowner. If you have been injured because of falling merchandise,get the help you need from an injury lawyer at our firm.

Contact Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC today to fight for just compensation.

Citing Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

Falling merchandise accidents often indicate negligence on the part of store employees or owners. The following are examples of falling merchandise that a storeowner may be held liable for.

  • Merchandise falling because it was not properly or securely shelved
  • Merchandise falling because shelving was inadequate and broke
  • Merchandise falling when an employee attempted to remove it from a high shelf
  • Merchandise falling because a customer could not find assistance from an employee and attempted to remove it him/herself

Filing a Personal Injury Claim

Falling merchandise can cause serious injury. While some items, like clothing, may not hurt when they fall, items such as televisions, appliances, or any weighty, bulky items can cause more serious injuries, such as:

  • Broken bones
  • Brain injuries

At Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC, our Shreveport injury attorneys are dedicated to helping the victims of falling merchandise injuries seek the compensation they need and rightfully deserve from storeowners. With over 70 years of combined experience, we understand the complexities and sensitivities of personal injury cases and we will handle your case with the compassion and individualized legal help you need.

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