April Jones gets $ 10 million after stepping on rusty nails at South Carolina Walmart

A South Carolina woman has been awarded $ 10 million by a jury for injuries sustained after stepping on a rusty nail at Walmart.

April Jones sued Walmart after she was injured while shopping in a main hallway at one of the company’s stores in Florence, SC in June 2015.

Jones had to undergo several surgeries and eventually have his leg amputated as a result of an infection caused by the rusty nail, jurors were told during a five-day trial last week.

Jones initially had to have his second toe on his right foot amputated before three more toes were then removed.

The doctors then had to amputate her leg above the knee as a result of the infection.

Jones has been in a wheelchair for the past six years and has to rely on her adult children, her lawyers said.

A Florence woman who was amputated several times after stepping on a rusty nail at Walmart has been awarded $ 10 million in compensation, her lawyers announced.
April Jones has been awarded $ 10 million in damages.
Anastopoulo Advokatfirma

The jury considered for about 100 minutes before awarding Jones the $ 10 million.

She uses the money to buy a prosthesis, make her home more wheelchair-friendly and cover her medical expenses, according to her lawyers.

“The jury sent a message to Walmart that if you enter Florence County and injure one of their own, they will make sure that person is taken care of,” Roy Willey, one of Jones’ attorneys from Anastopoulo Law Firm, said in a statement.

“We are eternally grateful.”


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