Sams Club Slip And Fall Lawyer In Fort Lauderdale

Did You Suffer an Injury at Sam’s Club Due to Employee / Store Negligence? Speak to an Attorney Today.

Membership-only retail warehouse clubs such as Sam’s Club attract thousands of customers every day. Headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas, as the 8th largest U.S. retailer, and with 621 membership warehouse clubs in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Sam’s Club has a very high volume of shoppers, which can create an environment in which employees fail to observe spills or slippery substances that can cause shoppers to slip, trip and fall. Sam’s Club stores have a duty to ensure that its customers are safe while shopping in their stores. If you suffered an injury at a Sam’s Club store because of the negligence of its employees, call Chalik & Chalik for a free consultation with an attorney at 855-529-0269.

What Kind of Injuries Have Sam’s Club Shoppers Sustained?

Fortunately, the majority of injuries suffered in retail stores do not result in severe or life-changing injuries. However, there are times when critical injuries can be caused by slipping on spilled food, liquids or cleaning agents.

In addition, slipping and tripping accidents can take place due to dangerous conditions that are either permanent, such as defective equipment, chairs, etc., or temporary, including wet/slippery floors or surfaces.

If you sustained a severe injury due to hazardous conditions in the store caused by negligence, you may have a case against Sam’s Club to seek compensation for your injury and to aid in your recovery.

Here are some of the common kinds of injuries suffered from slip and fall accidents:

If you have suffered these or similar severe injuries due to a slip and fall accident at a Sam’s Club store, you may be able to receive compensation, including the following:

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident at Sam’s Club:

1. Seek medical attention right away.
2. Do not sign anything from Sam’s Club store management or anyone representing them, including their attorneys or insurance agents until you have spoken with a lawyer.
3. Do not challenge them by yourself. Call Chalik & Chalik, and have an experienced personal attorney advocate for your rights.