What Do I Do If I Was Injured at Wingstop?*

It seems crazy to think you could be driving in heavy traffic with trucks thundering all around you and then you pull off the highway into a fast food restaurant for a bite to eat and fall over just as you enter the door.

Slip and fall accidents might not be as dangerous as traffic accidents, but you can still end up being seriously injured!

If the injuries are not your fault, you should consider the possibility of taking legal action with the help of a personal injury attorney. Why should you pay for injuries that were caused by someone acting without regard for safety?

Injuries in a Fast Food Restaurant

Well run restaurants are not usually very accident prone. Floors are kept clean and tidy. Trash that finds its way to the ground is removed routinely. Greasy surfaces are washed and scrubbed. Patrons are protected from hot surfaces.

Food and hot drinks are provided in containers that are insulated so customers don’t get burned or scalded.

Unfortunately, not all fast food restaurants are so well run. Accidents are more likely to happen when managers do not manage as well as they should or employees fail to keep to routines.

Sometimes they may be so overworked that they fail to keep eating places and rest rooms cleaned efficiently.

If a restaurant customer slips and falls over on a slippery or uneven surface, typical injuries are strains, sprains and dislocations. Injuries are often worse than they should be because the accident takes people unawares.

The worst accidents end up with back injuries or injuries to the head, especially if something hard or sharp is struck on the way down.

You May Need an Experienced Attorney to Help You Claim Fair Compensation

When you are injured, it can come as a shock to realize that you are going to suffer financially simply because someone else acted negligently. It is unlikely that a restaurant owner or manager will admit that a slip and fall accident is their fault and that they should help to compensate the accident victim.

Restaurant owners and managers are required by state law to provide safe places to purchase meals but proof must be available that shows clearly that the blame lies with the premises and not the customer.

The usual defense given is that the person who had the accident wasn’t careful enough.

The best way to counter this sort of attitude is to get an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side. Contact an attorney who has dealt with accidents of this type before. The sooner you do this after the accident, the more likely you will be able to make a successful claim.


The content of this article serves only to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice. If you file a claim against Wingstop, or any other party you may not be entitled to any compensation.