Walgreens Slip And Fall Lawyer In Fort Lauderdale
Did You Suffer an Injury at Walgreens Due to Employee/Store Negligence? Talk to an attorney today.
Pharmacies such as Walgreens attract thousands of customers on a daily basis. As the largest drug retailing chain in the United States, with 8,217 stores, and 260,000 employees, Walgreens has such a high volume of customers that employees may neglect to notice any spills or objects that may cause the customers to slip, trip, and fall. Walgreens has a duty to make certain that its shoppers are kept safe at all times while they are in the store. If you have suffered an injury at a Walgreens store due to the negligence of its employees, call Chalik & Chalik at 855-529-0269.
What Kinds of Injuries Have Walgreens Shoppers Sustained?
The majority of slip and fall accidents at pharmacies do not result in serious or life-threatening injuries. However, sometimes, customers suffer severe injuries as a result of slipping on wet floors, spilt liquids or foods, or cleaning supplies.
In addition, slip and fall accidents can occur due to dangerous conditions, including broken equipment, defective chairs, or slippery surfaces.
If you sustained a severe injury due to hazardous conditions in the store caused by the negligence of its employees, you could have a claim against Walgreens to seek damages for your injury, and to help you in your recovery.
Following are some of the usual kinds of injuries sustained in slip and fall accidents:
- Head trauma
- Broken or sprained ankles
- Broken or sprained arms, wrists, or hands
- Knee injuries
If you have suffered these or similar severe injuries as a result of a slip and fall accident at a Walgreens store, you may be able to receive compensation. This compensation is similar to that which one receives in other kinds of personal injury cases, and may consist of:
- Lost earnings
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Potential future medical bills
What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident at Walgreens:
1. Obtain medical treatment immediately.
2. Do not sign any forms from the management at Walgreens store or from its attorneys or insurance company representatives without first speaking to an attorney.
3. Do not try to fight them by yourself. Call Chalik & Chalik, and hire an experienced personal injury attorney.