I lost my balance due to a re-constructed drain pipe in a major grocery chain fell and fractured my right before my fall I was completely mobile now I am basically homebound. . . this was December 2011. There was no hazard warning over the pipe.
State/Country relating to question: Tennessee
One attorney concluded "a dangerous condition existed at the sight where I fell. Although the drain was not 'flush"with the floor . . . it does not constitute an unreasonably dangerous condition for which the business would be responsible for any and all injuries arising out of the incident. . . "
My opinion is that an uneven floor presents a dangerous condition and the store should be liable for your injuries and damages.You can get a free consultation from some of the premises liability attorneys listed by location athttp://lawyers.findlaw.com/lawyer/practicestate/Premises-Liability----Plaintiff/TennesseeThe Experts here cannot represent you, but I hope this information is helpful
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