I was Slip and fall at company property
What’s the company property your employer? If so this will be a Worker’s Compensation claim unless you can prove that a third-party caused the incident. Otherwise you need to consult with a personal injury attorney, most of us will offer a free consultation. You definitely cannot file two different lawsuits against the defendant.
No, the one judgment rule will bar you from engaging in multiple lawsuits. This however, looks like a worker's compensation case.
If you slipped and fell at work, your sole remedy against your employer would be in workers' compensation and they should be paying 100% of the medical bills. If the slip and fall was caused by a 3rd party's negligence, you could have a civil case against that 3rd party.
Personal injury claims, including medical bills, are not allowed in small claims court. You should consult an attorney in your area who specializes in personal injury. Good luck.
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