Lowe s desires personal injury case transferred to federal court

Lowe s Home Centers desires a customer s personal injury case versus the store heard in federal court.

William Fetty originally submitted his lawsuit Jan. 19 in Ohio Circuit Court, saying he slipped and fell in the car park of the Chapline Street location in Wheeling on Jan. 31, 2014. On Feb. 26, Lowe s sought to have the case removed to the United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.

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Fetty says he suffered injuries to his head, neck, shoulders, chest and arms, a few of which are permanent. According to the suit, Lowe’s and the unnamed accuseds (who own the property) knew dangerous conditions existed in the parking lot, however ignored their responsibility to offer safe conditions for clients. The best advice you will receive if you navigate to this web-site.

Lowe s states the case falls under federal jurisdiction because the damages are likely to go beyond $75,000 and the plaintiff and accused remain in different states.

Lowe s is represented by Andrew B. Cooke and Joseph R. Blalock of Flaherty, Sensabaugh&Bonasso PLLC in Wheeling. Fetty s lawyer is Shane M. Mallett of Mallet Law Offices in Wheeling.

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