Slip and Fall - Slip and Fall! Ann sued a grocery store for...

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Slip and Fall! Ann sued a grocery store for injuries. She had slipped on some accumulated rainwater as she stepped on a rubber mat just inside the door to the store. Prior to the fall, the bag boy had placed a “wet floor” sign approximately six feet directly in front of the door and had been instructed to mop the entrance area periodically in accordance with store procedure on rainy days. This is a common occurrence heard about all the time. It seems to me like people are trying to sue whoever they can however they can just to get money. The Store did everything right in my book. They took all the safety precautions that one would take in a situation like this. They clearly marked the area that was slippery with a caution sign that stated that there was a wet floor. They also cleaned the area periodically to keep it from getting to wet in accordance with store procedures. Ann clearly ignored the caution sign and walked through the wet area any way causing herself to slip and fall. By ignoring the wet floor
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course BUSINESS 101 taught by Professor Wase during the Spring '11 term at Grantham.

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