Hi. My son was at a Habitat Restore in Ohio. Him and his brother were carrying a door that they had purchased for home usage, and didn't notice the wood on the ground. My son fell onto the wood and the door came down on his ankle and broke it where he needed extensive surgery. They have insurance for liablility, but they are telling my son that it doesn't cover what happened to him. I would really like to know how it isn't covered when it was their negligence for not having barricades or notices that the wood was there. He has around $40,000 in medical bills, and they aren't done. I know because of so many people putting in false slip and fall claims, that is why they don't want to cover him. It wasn't a slip and fall, it was tripped on wood that wasn't where it should have been. Thanks
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