It was a very rainy day and I walked to a convenience store for some snacks. The ground was very wet and puddles were everywhere. Shortly after I entered the store, I slipped and landed on my tailbone. The shop owner asked me if I was alright and told me that the floor wasn't wet and suspected that my shoes were wet and slippery from outside. My shoes were wet, but there wasn't a caution wet floor sign so I didn't notice it was slippery until it was too late. A few days, and now weeks later I was still suffering sharp pain in my tailbone from my accident. There was no wet floor sign, but there was a mat at the entrance, however I did not see or notice the mat until after I slipped. I'm wondering if I have a case?
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