$280K Sought by Woman Who Slipped At Oregon Safeway Deli

August 13, 2014

A woman who says she hurt her back after slipping on a greasy spot at a Safeway store in Sandy, Ore. has filed a lawsuit against the grocery chain.

The Oregonian newspaper reported that Tammy Hadley seeks at least $30,000 for medical expenses and $250,000 for pain and suffering.

The lawsuit filed in Clackamas County states that Hadley wrenched her back after slipping near the deli department in August 2012.

LawsuitSafeway faces at least two other lawsuits filed in Clackamas County Circuit Court. A man seeks $50,000 because he slipped on an icy sidewalk at the Milwaukie store, and a woman wants $108,000 because she sliced a finger while reaching for a juice bottle at the Hood River Safeway.

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