Darla Taylor purchased a pair of “Star Roller Shoes” from a Value City Department Store in December, 2006. During that time, she was wearing the shoes and using them in an appropriate manner when a roller wheel flew off one of the shoes, causing her to fall and sustain serious injuries to her wrist.
Taylor claims that the defective shoe was sold to her without the wheel being securely fastened or without the wheel assembly kit. She also claims that the shoes appeared to have been used before and returned to the store. Taylor states that the store did not provide adequate warnings against the dangers of the product.
She seeks damages for lost wages, mental anguish, emotional distress, disability, and medical expenses.
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