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Walmart faces lawsuit after employee allegedly hits woman with shopping carts
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Walmart is facing a lawsuit after one of its employees allegedly knocked over a woman while pushing a line of shopping carts last year.
The woman, Beverly Robinson, says an employee at a Walmart in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, struck her while she was transferring items into a cart, according to Business Insider.
She reportedly suffered multiple bruises, internal injuries, sprains, headaches and emotional distress from the July 2021 incident, according to the lawsuit.
"Beverly Robinson put the items in the grocery cart and placed her hands on the handle of the cart, when suddenly and violently she was pushed to the floor, by the force of several grocery carts being pushed into her from the opposite side, by a Walmart employee," Robinson's attorney, Ralph Brickman, told BI.
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