Will the grocery store pay for my lost wages and injuries?

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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Not necessarily. Just because you are injured on someone else’s premises does not mean that they are automatically liable. In order to recover, you must be able to prove fault on the part of the grocery store, i.e., that the dangerous condition was created by a store employee or faulty store equipment, or that the dangerous condition existed for a sufficient period of time within which it should have been discovered and cleaned/corrected or at least required warnings to alert store customers. Photographs and eyewitnesses can be helpful in proving fault on the part of the store.


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