although the shopping center has painted the uneven edge to make it more obvious the danger of tripping still exists. What is a good way to get another accident from occuring?
Thank you for accepting my previous answer and for your generous bonus.I really appreciate it.Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for the concrete to be laid unevenly and unless the the defect is very obvious, in many cases nothing is done to get it fixed, until something terrible happens such as your injury.There could be a warning sign or an orange cone placed to warn people of the hidden danger, but ultimately the uneven edge can be fixed by pouting more concrete to make it even with the rest of the parking lot.I am very sorry about your injuries and while you might not have a claim under ADA, you might have a potential claim under premise liability against the shopping center owners.
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