Various news agencies reported a large verdict came in against Dollar General in Mobile, Alabama. On September 21, 2016, the Mobile jury found that Dollar General's incompetent inspection policies led to a customer's injuries, and returned a $1,725,000 million verdict against the company. The event occurred at Dollar General Store No. 7853 in Mobile on July 9, 2012, when a customer, who was 60-years-old at the time, slipped and fell in clear liquid laundry detergent that was on the floor in the chemical aisle. She suffered severe leg and shoulder fractures that resulted in eight surgeries, 395 doctor visits, and over $470,000 in medical bills. The 60-year-old female remains permanently disabled. According to al.com, it is believed to be one of the largest personal injury verdicts in the county. In addition, this is the second large injury settlement Dollar General had ruled against them in Alabama in 2016. Back in April, a Dollar General store in Lauderdale County was forced to pay $925,000 to a delivery driver from Kentucky.