Store surveillance video showing employees cleaning up water near a drinking fountain shortly after a woman fell gave Decatur solo Aaron Marks the leverage he needed to secure a significant premises liability settlement with Wal-Mart.

Marks said he and Andrew Lynch, another solo attorney who assisted in the case, used the store footage during depositions they took of Wal-Mart employees working near the scene, including an assistant manager who insisted there was no water on the floor when Marks’ client slipped and fell.

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