Moses Sues Walmart, Claims Parking Lot More Dangerous Than Red Sea

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DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — If you’re Moses, the Red Sea parts for you. That’s just what it does. But if you’re Ellen Moses of Palm Beach County, the Walmart parking lot at 16205 South Military Trail in Delray Beach does nothing. Other than allegedly cause permanent and debilitating injuries.

According to a lawsuit just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, Ellen Moses was walking in the parking lot at Walmart when ”her foot struck an area of raised pavement.” The suit states she tripped, fell, and sustained ”serious and permanent physical injuries.”

Attorneys for Ellen Moses, and her husband Charles, say that Walmart was well aware of the dangerous condition in the parking lot and did nothing to fix it. That, according to the suit, left Moses with little more than prayer. Walmart has not responded — it’s unclear if much like Baby Moses, the company is in Denial.

“Ellen Moses,” wrote attorneys, “suffered injuries about her head, body, and extremities with resulting pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement, mental anguish, embarrassment, inconvenience, loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life, the expense of medical care, physical therapy and treatment,” and more.

Moses seeks in excess of $30,000, the statutory minimum for filing in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. She is represented by Robert Boyers of Boyers Law in Coral Gables.

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