Denton woman sues after slip and fall on a soapy CVS floor

A Denton, Texas, woman who slipped on soap on her way out of a CVS Pharmacy is now suing for her personal injuries.

The slip and fall victim is Denton resident Vicky Avelar. The suit named both CVS Pharmacy Inc. and the owner of the property where she fell as defendants. Avelar is seeking $150,000 in damages for her injuries.

According to her personal injury lawsuit, Avelar suffered physical pain, mental anguish, disfigurement and impairment as a result of the accident. She is also suing for her medical expenses.

The suit alleges that the soap at the front entrance of the store, Little Elm CVS, created a dangerous condition. It further alleges that the defendants either knew about the soap or should have known about the soap.

In her suit, Avelar argues that the defendants had a duty to rectify the condition and to warn her that the condition existed.

Click here to read more on Avelar’s personal injury lawsuit.

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