This case involves an injury sustained when a child ran over a customer at a large home improvement supply retailer. At the time of the accident, an employee of the store left a large electrically powered vehicle in one of the aisles of the stores with its key in the ignition. A child, who was left unattended by his parents, was able to climb into the vehicle and turn it on. The child then began to drive the vehicle down the aisle of the store, at which point he collided with a customer. The customer suffered several fractures of his right leg as a result of the accident that required extensive surgeries to repair. The Defendant claimed that there was no requirement for the store’s employee to return the vehicle to the rear warehouse portion of the store, while the Plaintiff alleged that the store should have taken precautions to make sure that customers would be unable to operate the vehicle.