From: patty Duke Category: Slip and Fall Accident Date: 25 Oct 2008 Time: 13:16:16 -0400
while shopping in pathmark, I slipped on the wet floor and slid into the broken glass from the bottle of apple juice I was carrying in my hand. I filed a report with the manager at Pathmark and went home. Do I have a case against Pathmark even thought I did not seek treatment at the hospital.
Re: slip and fall accident - wet floor
From: Paul Ajlouny, Esq. Category: Slip and Fall Accident Date: 27 Oct 2008 Time: 17:15:51 -0500
If you were not injured seriously enough to seek medical attention, it would not make sense to bring a claim.
It is difficult to prove fault in a supermarket cases and if the damages are not sufficient it simply does not make economic sense.
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