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Question 1

Roger is 57 years old with a wife and three grown children who still live at home. To support himself and his family, Roger has been operating a small convenience store on a busy corner near his house for the past 30 years. He has never spent the time to bother formally organizing the store. One day, as a result of a negligently installed wire in the dairy case, one of Roger's customers is electrocuted and severely injured. The customer sues and obtains a judgment against Roger and the grocery store. Against whom is the customer entitled to collect?