My daughter-n-law slipped and felled inside of Fry's supermarket over the weekend. Her accident was witnessed by several of the store's employees and the incident was reported. There was apparently water or some type of liquid on the floor and there weren't any blocking off of the aisle or any indication of danger. The person who wrote up the report told her that she would be contacted.
Appropriate medical attention and qualified AZ attorney. Good luck.
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If she was injured, she should seek medical attention. If the injuries appear to be significant, she should talk to a local injury lawyer for specific advice. It’s a a good idea to talk to a lawyer before speaking with anyone from the store or its insurance company.
As already mentioned she should get the appropriate medical care and speak to a personal injury attorney. Slip and fall cases are notoriously difficult because you have to prove that Fry's knew or should have known of the liquid on the ground. Where did the liquid come from? What substance was the liquid? How long had it been on the ground? These are all questions that may never be answered which makes proving Fry's knew or should have known of the liquid very difficult. Most attorneys will give a free consultation so it is at least worth speaking with someone.
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