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In was in November of 2012 when Cheri Thompson was out walking her dog when she tripped and fell, sustaining what she claims to have been serious injuries, including a foot fracture, lacerations to the left shoulder and forehead, and a concussion. Her injuries, she claims, were the result of a negligently maintained footpath that featured several uneven pavers, the large concrete sections of sidewalk that connect to form an entire footpath.
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