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I went into Lowes in LUMBERTON, NC on Jan. 10th.

to buy a fan. While my wife was looking at them, I went to look at some lumber for a table. I noticed that the yellow belts were on the floor at both ends of the isle, (where they had been working and had the isle blocked off earlier) I put my hand on the eyelevel shelf for balance to look at a table top below.

A giant pressed board 3 feet wide and 6 feet long crashed down on my right foot and broke it completely across. I told the manager and he filed a claim.

Today, May 27th they called and offered me 350.00. That won't even pay for the shoes I have tried to wear. My foot will never be the same width again. I went through 3 months of pure ***, and it still hurts today.

If you love shopping at Lowes, then by all means do it.

But if they hurt you... YOU ARE SCREWED.

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Anonymous
Holmestrand, Vestfold, Norway #148633

You should be glad that they even gave you $350 when they clearly had the area marked off.

Anonymous
Holmestrand, Vestfold, Norway #148632

I think it was his wife that beat him up and broke his foot, and he is too ashamed to admit it.

Anonymous
#148589

Yellow tape should have been a sign to beware. Lowes should make you pay for the damage you caused as well as there pain an suffering for having to listen to an *** cry...

Anonymous
#148156

Was talking about the *** who smashed his foot, not the person who wrote the comment :upset

Anonymous
#148155

go screw yourself you *** a$$hole

Anonymous
Awka, Anambra, Nigeria #148148

You knocked a board off the shelf and broke your own foot. Now all you see is $$$ signs in your eyes as you run off to see a blood sucking lawyer. It's folks like you that raise prices for the honest folks in the world.

rippedoffhulagirl
#147867

No...dont accept the lousy 350 dollars, get an injury lawyer and don't for get to get compensated for pain and suffering too. Having a broken foot is nothing easy to get rid of and difficult to heal.

Anonymous
Altenkirchen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany #147685

You are the *** that caused yourself a broken foot. Everything that happened to you was 110% your fault. Good luck trying to sue them!

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