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Help, I Slipped on a Wet Floor at Aldi*

When you go shopping, it is only reasonable to expect clean, safe premises. If there is a wet floor, normal expectations are for it to be cleaned up and dried or for a wet floor warning sign to be put up.

If you slipped on a wet floor because of the negligence of employees, you can pursue a personal injury claim against the store to recoup compensation for the damages that you suffered in the incident. You will need to maintain documentation to support your claim.

What To Do If You Slipped And Fell

If you slipped and fell, you should pursue a personal injury claim to recover compensation for your damages. You could suffer a variety of damages, such as medical expenses – both past and future, lost wages – both past and future, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and permanent scarring and disfigurement are examples.

After a slip and fall at a grocery store, be sure to report the incident to a store employee so an accident report can be completed. If possible, get photos of the accident scene and of any visible injuries. If there are witnesses, ask them to give you written statements on what they saw.

You will need witness names and contact details to follow up later if you need to do so. Look around to see if there are surveillance cameras in the vicinity because your fall might have been caught on video, which could be used to prove what happened.

Consult With a Personal Injury Lawyer

There is a strict statute of limitations for pursuing a personal injury claim after an accident such as a slip and fall. If you wait until this timeframe has passed, you will not be able to recoup compensation for your damages. Because of the complexity of such claims, and because commercial entities have legal representation, you should enlist the help of a personal injury lawyer.

You will not need to pay upfront for the lawyer's assistance because personal injury attorneys are not be paid until you win your claim. This is known as contingency fees. You may want to get your case reviewed with an accident injury lawyer to make sure your personal injury claim against Aldi, or any other grocery store, after a slip and fall on a wet floor is underway in a timely manner. Complete the Free Case Evaluation today!

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

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