A federal judge in Maryland has denied Home Depot’s motion to dismiss claims brought by a woman who suffered a concussion and a traumatic brain injury when a box fell and struck her in the head.

According to the Nov. 3 opinion, Gloria Davis visited the Home Depot in Glen Burnie, Maryland, with her husband to pick up pre-ordered kitchen cabinets. While inside the store, the couple asked a customer service agent for help loading the cabinets into their pickup truck. Two “Pro-Loaders,” Jonathan Boyd and Michael Seager, were sent to load the cabinets.

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