Molina v. Home Depot USA, Inc.

Court: US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Docket: 21–20128

Opinion Date: December 9, 2021

Judge: Jennifer Walker Elrod

Areas of Law: Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

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Plaintiff appealed the district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of Home Depot, the plaintiff’s former employer, in an action alleging personal injury claims stemming from a workplace incident. Specifically, the plaintiff alleged that Home Depot breached its duty to provide him with proper assistance, equipment, and training to safely execute “flat stacking,” a process of rearranging building materials.

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Originally published at https://freewaylaw.com on December 13, 2021.

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