Meridian, MS asked in Personal Injury for Mississippi

Q: Walmart accused me of shoplifting an it’s not right I need to speak with sumone

I came in the store with a box to take back the man which was the door person saw me an told me go to customer service I did dey didn’t take it due to corona . I went on grab a couple things self check out an went out the same man was der let me came on thru . A female that works der that wasn’t even at the door came behind me asking for a receipt I gave her but one thing wasn’t on it she snatched it out my hand I asked for it back the whole time the man saying she fine she fine an I tried to get my paper back an this other big man rushed an grab me an I fought them off an ran to my car an my first mind said go park sumwer to calm down. I had jus had a newborn an my other kids was in the car . I get stopped police officer injured my knee had to be on crutches 2weeks an they allow the girl from Walmart an the mistery shopping man to go inside my car an get whatever everything I had an other things was taking

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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A: A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. This is not a personal injury matter. You need to contact a criminal defense attorney; if you can't afford one, contact the Public Defender's Office. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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