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The Oakland Press: Jury awards $4.6 million to Oak Park woman injured by falling chairs at Livonia CVS

A jury has ruled that a 58-year-old Oak Park woman will receive $4.616 million from CVS after she was injured when some metal chairs fell on her. The Oakland Press interviewed the woman’s attorneys, Robert Raitt and Alison Duffy of Michigan Auto Law.

“Our client can never work again as a senior building analyst at DTE because of her serious cognitive limitations and disabling headaches,” Duffy told The Oakland Press.

Raitt added, “When customers walk into a retail store, they should not have to worry about being struck by improperly stacked merchandise.”

For more information about the case, you can read the full story in The Oakland Press here: “Jury awards $4.6 million to Oak Park woman injured by falling chairs at Livonia CVS”

October 2, 2015

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