Orlando, Florida
Not resolved

I was backing into a parking spot at Lowe's in Sanford Florida store #1657 and a large chunk of concrete left laying on the curb punctured my bumper. I notified the store manager who came out and inspected the damage.

Jim the manager stated since it happened in the parking lot they were not responsible. I asked him to do a report and he said he would. A week later still nothing from Jim. I feel they created a hazard in their parking lot and should pay for my $900.00 bumper replacement.

I have called Lowe's customer service and they said they will check into it. I will update this e-mail when and if they respond.

Reason of review: damage to vehicle.

Monetary Loss: $900.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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call your insurance company. unless the concrete was in motion when it hit you, its your responsibility to avoid it.

your insurance might cover it.

technically lowes could go after you for damages, not the other way around. they wont, but you sure wont get anything from them.

thats how the law is written.


its not Lowes fault