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FULMER, GARY V. HOME DEPOT

Case Conclusion Date: 06.20.2008

Practice Area: Personal Injury

Outcome: Verdict for the Plaintiff $400,000

Description: On July 29, 2005, Gary Fulmer entered into Home Depot on Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida. Mr. Fulmer was walking in the hardware section of the Home Depot when boxes were knocked off a top shelf about 10 to 12 feet high by two employees re-merchandising in the next isle. One of the boxes struck Mr. Fulmer on top the head. The box weighed 19lbs. Injuries: Mr. Fulmer had a C5-6 right and central herniation. He also sustained had a C6-7 central herniation. He had a 2 level ACD (anterior cervical diskectomy) surgery. As for the shoulder injuries, he had rotator cuff impingement, and partial tear of the supraspinatus tendon. Plaintiff suffers from headaches and pain in the neck and left shoulder area. Trial Length: 4 days Jury Deliberations: 3 hours Jury Composition: 5 men, 1 woman

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