I was entering a local restaurant right entrance door as a patron was exiting from the left door. My foot got caught under the left door that she had opened. The door had a metal weather strip visibly protruding from and separating from the door. There was a large gap between the bottom of the door and the sidewalk, with the metal strip extending down past the door edge. My foot got lodged underneath the door and the metal piece penetrated, punctured, and lacerated my big toe. I had to have emergency treatment immediately. I can now not bend the first joint of my toe. They offered to pay medical expenses up to $1000, but as of now, they have exceeded that. They sent me a check for medical supplies i needed such as bandaides,etc. Is this not an admission of guilt already on their behalf?I am holding the restaurant responsible for negligence for not maintaining their door properly. i have photos and videos of the actual door, showing the injury and gross negligence on their behalf.
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