In a parking garage at a restaurant a pipe had broken water was running every where i slip and fell and broke my toe.
That is really impossible to stay in the abstract. First treated as a medical issue. Then if you think it’s worthwhile consult with a local personal injury lawyer
There is not a simple answer to this question. Texas has gone through tort reform where it makes certain types of cases, including slip and fall cases, harder to establish liability against the premises owner/operator on. It also depends on the extent of the injuries, the amount of bills that you have incurred, and what complications, if any, the injuries could cause in the future.
I'd recommend contacting an attorney ASAP to go over more details and to get more in-depth advice concerning your case.
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