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Wal-Mart fall Premises Liability

Discussion in 'Accidents, Injuries, Negligence' started by sallysue, Nov 25, 2014.

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  1. sallysue

    sallysue Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My leg went down in a hole in Wal-Mart parking lot and my cat full if groceries slammed down on my leg nine months ago i was on crutches for awhile well now I am being referred to a surgeon fir my leg who can u contact or how can I make Wal-Mart pay for the medical and for me to go to a surgeon they send me letters to see if I am ok and call me what do I do
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    You can't make Walmart, or any other entity do a darn thing.

    A court can, if you file a lawsuit and prove Walmart was at fault.

    Just because you fell on their property, it doesn't mean they are liable.

    I suggest you visit four or five local lawyers.

    You can tell them your story, show them your proof, and see what they advise.

    This all starts with you retaining a lawyer.

    If your case is sound, most lawyers will take your case on contingency.

    That means the lawyer will work for a portion of what he or she obtains for you.

    That's usually 30-40% of your award, plus expenses.

    If your case is solid, it could be worth upwards of $50,000, plus payment of your medical bills.

    Meet with some local lawyers, and see where you stand.
     
  3. Betty3

    Betty3 Super Moderator

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    Agree, you need to talk to a few lawyers & see what they think (if they think the store might be liable in any way).
     

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