woman (79) awarded €30,000 after fall on shopping centre trav-o-lator
An old woman suffered what the doctor said when trav fell down in the shopping mall, \"well known pain damage\"o-
Lator has received compensation of 30,000 euros.
Counsel Raymond Delahunt said today in the traveling civil court that an out-of-control shopping cart dragged the weak Rosaleen Hill to the ground, tearing her knees and in threeCo-
Defendant dunnice shop
Gary Smith, as a deal from Ashley Leaf Mall, Kelon Road in warkingstown, Dublin, and Cable Limited, which runs the center, accepted Mrs. Hill, who caused herself to fall and be injured by Trun, Dublin.
Paul McKeon, counsel for Dunnes Stores, told the court that the defendant was in dispute over the title or responsibility of the \"rogue cart\", which was the cause of the accident.
Judge Jacqueline Linnane dismissed the case against Dunnes Stores and asked Kessow Limited and Gary Smith to be responsible for the payment of the € 30,000 award and all legal costs in the case.
Mrs. Hill, who will be 0 years old on August 8 next year, told Judge Linnan that she chose a shopping cart from a public area outside the dunness store on March 23, 2009 to shop.
After that, when the trav moves along-o-
The trolley ran with her to the underground parking lot.
She couldn\'t hold on and started screaming because she knew she would fall.
Forensic engineer Karl Searson explained to the court that the shopping carts used by Dunnes were fitted with corrugated rubber wheels that were locked in a longitudinal forest on the travo-
He said that the rogue trolley chosen by Mrs. Hill was fitted with smooth wheels that were not suitable for downhill tramso-lator.
If someone runs away with them with a cart, then there needs to be strength and agility.
Ellis McMullen, operations manager at Antrim
Rocklyn Engineering\'s company, which provides shopping carts to Dunnes national stores, told the court that his company had never provided Dunnes with carts responsible for the accident.
He said the company did provide such carts to the store
Decoration and small shops.
Judge Linnane said that on the day of the accident, the shop fitters had been working in the center and that the trolley that Mrs Hill picked up might belong to them.
She dismissed the charges against the dunness store and held Kessow Limited and Gary Smith accountable for the accident.
The judge said that the compensation given to Mrs. Hill for 30,000 euros, plastic surgery consultant Paul Nicholson said her shoulder injury was a well-known pain.