Yes. (And, I'm going to add a "Workers' Compensation" tag to your post for additional exposure.)
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Who do you want to sue? If it is your employer or co-employee, the answer is "No." If it is someone else other than a co-employee or employer, the answer is "Yes." However, the WC insurance company will have a lien against your recovery against any non-employer/non-employee defendant. Check with a California WC attorney.
any claim against your employer would be a work comp claim. however, if the injury was due to the neglect of a 3rd party (maintenance company leaving a wet floor without warning signs for example) you could sue that company
Seems like a worker's compensation claim without any other facts. However, if you slipped because of a third party's negligence (water dripping from a water fountain owned by the building for example) you might still have a personal injury claim.
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