Yes, you should consult a lawyer now. Most consultations are free. Who sent you to a chiropractor? It sounds as if someone associated with the chiropractor may have solicited your business. Please call if you wish to discuss.
The owner or occupier of the premesis may be liable . However , this depends on a variety of factors . Gerenerally , under Arkansas law, the owner/occupier has a duty to keep the premesis in a reasonably safe condition. You should immediatly consult with an attorney so that pictures of the scene can be taken and other evidence preserved.
Yes, I think the offer means you are responsible for the bills. If you are still getting medical attention , I would not recommend settling at this time. I recommend you get a free consult with an experienced local personal injury attorney. Please call for a free consultation.
You have a promising case. You need an experienced personal injury attorney. I recommend you contact an attorney in your area immediately. Until you do so , don't make any statements to anyone associated with the restaurant or its insurance carrier.
David S. Mitchell
You can certainly sue the landlord, but your case would be diificult to win due to the a[[liction of the following statute:
No landlord or agent or employee of a landlord shall be liable to a tenant or a tenant’s licensee or invitee for death, personal injury, or property damage proximately caused by any defect or disrepair on the premises absent the landlord’s:
(1) Agreement supported by consideration or assumption by conduct of a duty to undertake an obligation to...