I am sorry that you were injured at Walmart's. Did you provide Walmart with a report of the incident? If so, you should immediately request a copy of the report. You should also consider going to the doctor for treatment as you were injured and then contact a personal injury attorney to discuss the matter with. Many personal injury attorneys offer a free consultation. Take advantage of that free consultation. Good luck.
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To be successful in any claim versus walmart you would have to show that they acted wrongfully in some way: failed to protect you from a known hazard for example. Your note is a little short on information about their behavior.
But you should also know that walmart very likely has a medpay provision in their insurance that covers medical care up to a set limit (say, $10,000) regardless of fault, for people injured on their property. Make sure the store has a full report on the incident, and ask them for a claim form for your medicals.