We went to a Lowe's store indoor playground and my 4-year old son got hurt (badly) in his head as they kept a hammer with loose head in the table which another older boy was holding and waving when the incident happened. The hammer head slided off the wooden stick while the boy was waving it in the air and directly hit my son as he was sitting next to that boy. We had to go to emergency due to this and my son got stitches. My question is what legal action can I take? If Lowe's offer compensation for this, how much can I ask for it?
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