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Date: 07-26-2021

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Guerino Magliore and Kirk Bell v. Walmart, Inc. (Wal-Mart Stores)

Case Number: 3:21-cv-00426-VAB

Judge: Victor A. Bolden

Court: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (New Haven County)

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Defendant's Attorney: Janice D. Lai

Description: New Haven, CT: Personal injury lawyer represented Plaintiff, who sued Defendant on a negligence theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in damages and/or injuries as a direct result of a an accident caused by Defendant’s failure to exercise due care.

Generally speaking all negligence cases have the same three elements: (1) failure to exercise due care, (2) injury as a direct result of the failure to exercise due care, and a direct casual relationship between the failure to exercise due care and the claimed injuries and/or damages.

The defenses usually asserted by defendants are no negligence, no damages, claimed injuries existed before the claimed event and/or contributory or comparative negligence.

Outcome: Settled for an undisclosed sum and dismissed with prejudice.

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