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About 20 lawsuits are filed against Walmart each day.
There are many justified reasons why people and businesses sue the low-cost giant every day for their losses.
Walmart employees face many challenges. Most are underpaid, many are treated unfairly, and sometimes people who interview for Walmart jobs are not hired for reasons that are against the law.
Other Walmart employees suffer workplace injuries because of unsafe work conditions, which cause them to incur medical bills and make them unable to provide for those who depend on them.
Walmart customers slip and fall on spilled products and recently mopped floors. Tripping over obstacles that should have been discovered and removed are common. Other injuries stem from falling products and boxes, and unfortunate parking lot incidents.
Companies that have contracts with Walmart have breach of contract issues when Walmart fails to deliver on their agreements. For vendors who rely on these contracts, the impact can be financially catastrophic, causing them to reduce their workforce, and in some cases, file for bankruptcy.
It’s not uncommon for someone with no connection whatsoever with Walmart, whether as an employee, customer or vendor, to be injured by Walmart drivers and other personnel who are working carelessly for Walmart “in the field.”
If you fit into one of the above categories, call us or send us an email so that we can discuss your situation.
Morris, Downing & Sherred is Sussex County’s largest and most experienced law firm, faithfully representing New Jersey injury victims since 1899. We have the skill and experience to fight for the rights of those who have suffered serious personal injury or the loss of a loved one due to another’s negligence. We use our knowledge, experience and resources to hold negligent individuals, companies and their insurance companies accountable for the harm they cause.
All lawsuits filed by Morris, Downing & Sherred against Walmart are billed on a contingency fee basis. We only collect a fee for our services when we recover for your losses from the megastore.
We are dedicated to providing personal care and aggressive advocacy for people and businesses who have been harmed by Walmart. Contact us to schedule a free consultation to learn how we can help you seek full compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and business losses.