Contact a local personal injury lawyer to discuss your options.
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I think there is some information missing. However, based on what you stated this could be a Negligent Security action. There are a lot of good attorneys in your area. You can find one on Avvo. If you would like a referral I would be happy to give you one for a great attorney by you.
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Possibly. This is fact specific. Speak with a personal injury lawyer.
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A case like this really depends on the facts. It is possible there could be liability on the mall under certain circumstances. If your husband sustained injuries and damages then it is worthwhile to speak to a personal injury attorney to see if you have a claim. Good luck.
When I evaluate a personal injury case I work it backwards to forward. In other words, I always start with "what are your injuries?" If there are none or minimal then even if the other person is liable there is no case because you are not "damaged," i.e. hurt. You are not telling us your husband's injuries - broken bones? Shattered face? Dislocated joints? Surgery? Hospital stay? Loss of sight or hearing? Those injuries would have the elements of a viable personal injury case. If he had a strain or sprain that he put ice on that would not have the elements of a viable personal injury case. So let us know what the injuries are and we can evaluate the case further.