Dollar General Slip And Fall Lawyer In Fort Lauderdale
Did You Suffer an Injury at Dollar General Due To Employee/Store Negligence? Speak to an attorney today.
Dollar General stores are a chain of variety of stores throughout the United States. As of January 2015, there were 11,500 stores in 40 states. The retailer sells a wide variety of products, including clothing, cleaning supplies, health and beauty aids, home décor, pet supplies, toys and grocery items. Because so many shoppers enter the store each day, employees may fail to notice the spills or other obstacles that can cause customers to slip and fall, and become injured. Dollar General has an obligation to ensure the safety of its customers while they are shopping in its stores. If you suffered an injury at a Dollar General store due to the negligence of an employee, call Chalik & Chalik Law Firm at 855-529-0269 for a free consultation with a lawyer.
What Type of Injuries Have Dollar General Shoppers Sustained?
Many slip and fall injuries occur due to the presence of beverages and cleaning supplies on the floor. They can also take place as a result of unsafe conditions, such as defective equipment or slippery surfaces.
If you sustained a severe injury because of dangerous conditions in the store caused by the negligence of a store employee, you may have a case against Dollar General to recover damages for your injuries.
Here are some of the usual kinds of injuries suffered in slip and fall accidents:
- Broken limbs
- Back injuries
- Head trauma
- Hip fractures
- Spinal injuries
If you have suffered these or similar severe injuries due to a slip and fall accident at a Dollar General store, you may be able to recover compensation for your loss, including the following:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Possible future medical expenses
What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident at Dollar General:
1. Seek medical attention for your injury.
2. Do not sign any statements from Dollar General store management or anyone representing them, including their attorneys or insurance company until you have talked with a lawyer.
3. Do not attempt to file a claim on your own. Consult Chalik & Chalik, and hire an experienced personal injury attorney.