Wood County man sues after cutting hand at Wal-Mart

By Chris Dickerson | Nov 21, 2007

PARKERSBURG – A Wood County man seeks $3,000 from Wal-Mart after he cut his hand at the retailer's store in Vienna.

Lawrence N. Arnott of Parkersburg filed his lawsuit Sept. 28 in Wood County Magistrate Court. In the complaint, Arnott says the incident happened in April.

"On April 2, 2007, plaintiff suffered a lacerated hand as a result of the negligence of defendant in creating and/or allowing to exist a condition on the premises of its retail establishment in Vienna, Wood County, West Virginia, that represented a safety hazard to customers such as plaintiff," the complaint states.

Arnott, through Parkersburg attorney George E. Lantz, seeks $3,000 plus court costs and appropriate interests.

No other information about the case was available.

Wood County Magistrate Court case number: 07-C-0147

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