Woman Files Premises Liability Lawsuit after Candy Topples on Her

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A woman, who says that she suffered serious injuries after a massive bin of M&Ms collapsed on her at a store, has filed a premises liability lawsuit against the manufacturer of the candy dispenser.

A woman, who says that she suffered serious injuries after a massive bin of M&Ms collapsed on her at a store, has filed a premises liability lawsuit against the manufacturer of the candy dispenser.

According to the woman, the bin of light blue M&Ms toppled on her when she was shopping at Toys “R” Us. Both she and her husband have filed a lawsuit that seeks damages from Trade Fixtures, the company that manufactured the candy dispenser.

At one such candy dispenser that was located at a Toys “R” Us store, the woman was trying to swing the arm of the dispenser in order to release candy, when the entire bin collapsed and fell on top of.  In this case, the bin contained approximately 25 pounds of M&Ms.  The woman says that for a couple of seconds, she lost vision in her eyes, and her first thought was to protect her kids who were standing nearby.

The bin struck her on the forehead, leaving her with serious injuries and a twisted neck.  The woman says that as a result of the injury, she now suffers from debilitating headaches, as well as a herniated disc.  As a result of these injuries, she is no longer able to work, and this has resulted in a loss of income.  She also alleges that her injuries have affected her sex life.

The couple had earlier filed a lawsuit against Toys “R” Us in their home state, but in that case, the store employees as well as the store were not found negligent.  The couple also settled another lawsuit with the maker of M&Ms.

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