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Mother alleges Lowe's Home Centers' negligence led to son's injuries


By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Dec 14, 2018

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LOGAN — A minor child and his mother are suing Lowe's Home Centers, alleging negligence and premises liability led to injuries to the son.

Charles Ball III, a minor, and Kimberly Ball filed a complaint in Logan Circuit Court against Lowe's Home Centers, alleging failure to ensure the safety of their invitees inside their premises.

According to the complaint, on Nov. 18, 2017, Charles Ball III, 7 years old, was the Lowe's Store No. 588 in Logan when a discount display wheel fell on his head. The suit says the child suffered pain and discomfort and permanent scarring, and Kimberly Ball incurred medical expenses. 

The plaintiffs allege Lowe's Home Centers improperly constructed or secured the discount wheel display.

The Balls seek trial by jury and judgment not to exceed $74,000. They are represented by attorney Donald C. Wandling of Wandling Law Office LC in Logan.

Logan Circuit Court case number 18-C-240

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