Did You Suffer an Injury at CVS Due to Employee/Store Negligence? Talk to an attorney today.
Pharmacies such as CVS attract thousands of customers every day. As the second largest pharmacy chain in the United States after Walgreens, and with more than 7,600 stores and over 80,000 employees, the extremely high number of customers who frequent CVS can cause employees to fail to notice the spills and objects that create an environment in which shoppers are likely to slip, trip, and fall. CVS pharmacies have a duty to ensure the safety of its customers while they are in its stores. If you suffered an injury while at a CVS store, call Chalik & Chalik at 855-529-0269.
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What Types of Injuries Have CVS Shoppers Sustained?
Most slip and fall accidents that occur at pharmacies do not result in severe or life-threatening injuries. However, there are times when serious injuries can take place because one has slipped on spilt liquids, food, or cleaning agents.
In addition, accidents that involve slipping and falling can occur because of hazardous conditions, such as defective equipment, uns table chairs, wet floors, or other slippery surfaces.
If you suffered a severe injury due to perilous conditions in the store that were caused by the negligence of its employees, you may have a case against CVS to recover damages for your injuries.
Following are some of the usual types of injuries suffered as a result of slip and fall accidents:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Neck injuries
- Torn tendons and ligaments
- Elbow injuries
If you have suffered these or similar severe injuries as a result of a slip and fall accident at a CVS store, you may be able to recover compensation. This compensation is similar to that which you can recover in other types of personal injury cases, and could include:
- Lost earnings
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Possible future earnings
What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident at CVS:
- Seek treatment from a medical professional right away.
- Do not sign anything from CVS store management or anyone representing the store, including its attorneys or insurance company representatives.
- Do not try to fight them on your own. Call Chalik & Chalik, and hire an experienced attorney.