VanDerGinst Law Files Lawsuit Against Dollar General on Behalf of Client Injured in a Fall

(June 7, 2020) – MOLINE, Ill. – VanDerGinst Law, P.C. has filed a premises liability/negligence lawsuit in Rock Island County Circuit Court against Dollar General seeking to recover damages for injuries sustained when the client slipped in liquid in an aisle at the East Moline store. The resulting fall fractured the elderly client’s femur.

The lawsuit alleges that Dollar General should have known about the dangerous accumulation of liquid in the aisle and was aware of the unreasonable risk of harm it presented to its customers. As such, the suit alleges that Dollar General was negligent in failing to take reasonable measures to adequately remove the liquid from the floor, or to provide appropriate signage to indicate the presence of liquid on the floor, and thereby the defendant failed to protect its customers from coming to harm as a result.

VanDerGinst Law, P.C., is seeking compensation for its client’s injuries, medical expenses, and pain and suffering.

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VanDerGinst Law focuses almost exclusively on all types of plaintiff’s personal injury cases.  The firm has office locations throughout Illinois and Iowa and handles serious injury and wrongful death cases throughout the country. The attorneys of VanDerGinst Law have been recognized by peers and review services as among the best in the nation in the area of personal injury law.

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