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Injured at the Grocery Store: Why You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer

When you head out for your weekly grocery store visit or decide to go to the corner store for a quick errand, you expect to purchase the necessities and go home. Whether we like it or not, accidents are waiting to happen at the most unexpected times and it’s important to know your options. Here’s what to do if your quick errand turns into a slip-and-fall personal injury disaster.

Are Stores Responsible for Injuries?

Store owners and operators have a legal duty of care. They are expected to ensure the safety of all customers and avoid any potential hazards. If the store does not properly execute the long list of health and safety laws and a patron is injured, the store is considered liable. Even if there is an unexpected hazard, many times the store is still liable because there should be a level of prevention against possible hazards.

Types of shop and supermarket accidents

Accidents frequently happen at the most unexpected times. From spilt milk at the grocery store to an unexpected pothole in the parking lot, there are a lot of hazards that can be avoided when shopping. Here are a few examples of when a personal injury claim could be made in the instance of an accident:

  • Slipping on a wet surface that wasn’t properly signed
  • Slipping or tripping in the car park
  • Being injured by sharp edges on shelving
  • Being hit by a falling object or unsecure display

What To Do If Injured When Shopping

As you should after any injury, be sure that you and the people around you are not severely injured. If they are, call 9-1-1 immediately. Once you are sure everyone has medical attention, begin to think about your surroundings. When filing a personal injury claim, it is imperative to have as much evidence as possible. Think about ways the accident could have been avoided or prevented by the store - Was there a “Caution” sign by that puddle? Also, speak to any people who could help you sort out the facts and act as a witness if necessary.

If your injuries end up leading to expensive medical bills or inability to work, contact Colley & Colley law firm in Tyler, Texas. We specialize in personal injury law and can help you with any claim against a store. Whether you have suffered a slip-and-fall or a falling object injury, we are prepared to get you the compensation you need to relieve your damages.