Slip and fall cases in Texas are extremely difficult, but not impossible. You would need to show that the water had been there for a long period of time, or that the store management should have known it was there and haad a duty to either warn or clean it up before you slipped in it. From what you have written, I cannot tell if any of those facts exist. You are welcome to call my Houston-based firm to discuss this further. 713-255-2055
The initial hurdle you have to cross in this case is establishing that the store knew or should have known there was water on the floor. They probably did not have actual knowledge of the water but if you can establish it had been present long enough, you may be able to prove they should have been aware of it. If there had been previous problems with the floral section of the store (for example, a leak from the cooler where the floral displays are kept), that could also establish the store was on notice of the leak. One question to ask the store is whether it has med pay insurance. Most don't but if it does, this is a no fault type of insurance that may help you with your medical bills and any initial lost time from work. Good luck.
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