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Walmart Slip and Fall Lawsuit Settles for A Confidential Amount

If you ever fall due to water on a floor, did you know that taking pictures of the water on the floor is very important in order to prove negligence?

A middle aged woman was walking in a Walmart located in Sunrise, Florida. As she was walking in the produce section, suddenly and without warning, she slipped and fell on the ground. After she fell she realized her clothing was drenched in water and that there were large puddles of water all over the floor. In addition, there was no wet floor sign informing customers of any slippery conditions on the floor. Unable to get up, the ambulance arrived on the scene and transported the victim to a nearby hospital. Fortunately for the victim, her daughter took pictures of the puddles of water on the floor. This would prove to be the most important part of settling her case.

At the hospital, the victim was diagnosed with contusions to the neck and back. One week after being released from the hospital the victim was still suffering from pain in her neck and back. She sought the care and medical attention of a local chiropractor in Sunrise, Florida. The chiropractor diagnosed our client with sprain/strain of the cervical spine and referred her out for an MRI. The MRI showed a herniated disc at C2-C3. Since the MRI showed positive findings for injury, the victim was referred out to an orthopedic surgeon. The surgeon gave the victim two options to treat her pain. The first option was to undergo a cervical fusion. The second option was to undergo a series of three epidural injections. Because the victim was scared of surgery, she elected to undergo cervical epidural injections. After the injections the victim felt immediate relief in her neck from pain.

Victim Hires the Sunrise Slip and Fall Attorneys Dell and Schaefer

After the fall, the victim received a telephone call from Walmart asking her about her injuries and the fall. Our client made a big mistake in talking to Walmart without first contacting an attorney. Nevertheless she gave a statement. Within one week after speaking with Walmart, she received a letter denying liability in the matter.

Not knowing what else to do, the victim called Attorney Dell & Schaefer to help her. One of the original questions asked by the attorney was whether any pictures were taken of the accident scene. Fortunately, the victim was able to provide her attorney with clear pictures that showed water all over the floor and also showed the failure of Walmart employees to put any wet floor signs anywhere that informed customers of the slippery conditions of the floor. Using the pictures, the attorney filed a bodily injury demand against Walmart alleging negligent maintenance of the floor and failure to warn of a dangerous condition which was the proximate cause of our client’s injuries.

Our firm demanded a large sum of money to compensate our client for bodily injury, aggravation of a preexisting injury, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, disability, mental anguish, past and future medical expenses, lost wages, and impairment of ability to earn future wages. Walmart, who had previously denied the claim were now completely aware that we had pictures of the accident scene. After extensive negotiations, Walmart offered a confidential amount to settle her claim.

Our client was absolutely thrilled that she could recover a life changing amount of money, and was also able to recover from her injuries with epidural injections rather than any invasive surgical procedures.


Friday, October 4, 2013

I also fell in a Walmart in New Jersey; there was an unopened package of chop meat in an isle, while reaching for an item on the shelf I stepped in it and fell; prior to fall I was on MLA related to degeneration to my L4,L5; as demo by MRI; I had to extend my LOA because of fall and began experiencing a different kind of pain. I persuaded my MD to do another MRI which showed bulging disc; I am constantly in pain and I am on another LOA. I have had steroid injections, but the pain continues. I am not much for law suits but at this point I believe they should be held accountable for my pain and suffering.

Saturday, October 5, 2013
Gregory Dell:


I have asked a New Jersey personal injury attorney that we work with to contact you to discuss your claim.

Thursday, October 17, 2013
James Frost:

Yesterday I went to Walmart in Marietta Ohio and while walking onto the store the tile was wet by the entrance where I slipped and fell. There were no wet floor signs around the entrance but however there were signs at the other entrance. I went to hospital because my knee was so sore I couldn’t put weight on it. They referred me to another Dr. after MRI and X-ray. I had to miss work and rack up medical bills, not to mention how embarrassing it was because everyone in the store (including employees) just stopped and stared. What can I do about getting medical bills paid?

Also not sure when I can return to work at this point.

Friday, October 18, 2013
Gregory Dell:


We are sorry to hear about your injury at Walmart. Part of the compensation you may receive in a slip and fall claim against Walmart is for medical bills, loss wages and any lost of enjoyment of life. You are only eligible for compensation if it was Walmart failed to maintain the floor safely. In your case, there is additional information needed in order to determine if Walmart could be liable for failing to keep the entrance dry. You should immediately send Walmart a letter and ask them to keep a copy of the video from the front entrance of the store.

Sunday, November 24, 2013
Jan Chapman:

I fell in a Walmart parking lot. There was a 5 in hole in the grass and I snapped my ankle. I have a split tear and other complications in the foot and ankle due to this accident 12/22/2012. I have alot of pictures and help from city attorney’s office cause Walmart said it wasn’t there property. My life has been on hold since last year. Now I’ve been told after physical therapy and wearing a boot for 7 months I need surgery. I need a lawyer who will take this case. Please help.

Monday, November 25, 2013
Gregory Dell:


Please call us and we will be happy to review your claim for you.

Thursday, December 12, 2013
Joyce Witherspoon:

I slip and fell in Wal Mart 12/2/13. There are no lawyers in my area that would even talk with me about my injury. Not sure what to do at this point.

Friday, December 13, 2013
Gregory Dell:


Please contact us at 800-383-7853 and we will be happy to discuss your Walmart slip and fall injury.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

I slipped and fell in Walmart on 12/13/13 and hurt my hip and sprain my ankle. However, I did not take pictures so I don’t know how to go about suing or anything about the way things work.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Gregory Dell:


It is ok that you did not take pictures. You need to immediately seek medical attention. Hopefully you reported the incident to Walmart. Please call us to discuss your potential claim against Walmart.

Thursday, December 19, 2013


I slipped at a Walmart earlier today and am laying in bed in really bad pain waiting for my husband to come home and take me to the ER. I turned a corner and slipped on their floors and hurt my ankle, knee, hip and elbow when I fell. A customer saw it all and even told the manager and associates that he did and have them his card. I’m scared to go get medical attention though in case they dont want to pay for it. What’s can I or should I do? There was no water or anything but this is a really new Walmart and their floors are so so so slippery!

Saturday, December 21, 2013
Gregory Dell:


I am sorry to hear about your fall at Walmart. You should seek immediate medical attention. A case against Walmart can be difficult if you don’t know what you slipped on. Walmart has video cameras throughout their stores and we always make an immediate request for the video tapes. It is possible that a Walmart employee had just waxed the floor and that caused it to be slippery. You need to get the name and contact information of the customer that saw you fall. Contact us and we will discuss your potential claim with you immediately.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Hi, I came across your website. I am always in Walmart for something; their bathrooms are hideous, never kept clean. I always have to dodge toilet paper and other stuff on the floor. I am in bed of two hip replacements and already have an issue walking. There was toilet paper all over the floor including my stall. Well, I tried to step over it but I can’t lift my legs very high. I ended up slipping on the toilet paper and screwed my hips up and back worse then they are and hit the stall door hard trying not to fall. I mentioned it to my doctor on an appointment I had, she said if the pain continues to come back. It’s been a good 3-4 weeks ,I am going to go back and let her know I am in more pain still. The Walmart claims called me and said they came to a decision. I will be calling them this morning. I haven’t even talked to them yet no contact whatsoever so don’t know what they are talking about. What can I do with this claim? Thank you in advance!

Thursday, January 9, 2014
Gregory Dell:


You should not try to deal with Walmart or Walmart’s representatives on your own. They will ask you a lot of questions which you are not prepared to deal with. Contact us for a free consultation and we will let you know immediately if we can help you.

Friday, January 10, 2014
Nanette Dugas:

My son asked for 10-15 nuggets from an associate working in the deli in Wal-Mart. He started eating them and one of them contained a piece of metal that started choking him. He did seek medical attention and have only heard from one store manager the following day. I was told everything was turned over to their insurance company. This incident happened on December 29, 2013 and we have not heard from them do I have rights to sue Wal-Mart.

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Gregory Dell:

Ms. Dugas,

This is a horrible event that occurred. Depending on the extent of the injury your son may have a claim against both Walmart and the manufacturer of the nuggets. Please call us immediately at 800-828-7583 and we will discuss how we can assist you.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

I recently purchased doles diced peaches 12 in a pack from Walmart on January 5, 2014. Not knowing when I started eating them I became sick, weak, nauseated, with diarrhea. I was sick almost two weeks, then one morning I decided to another, this time I looked at what I was doing and found the peaches were spoiled. What should I do?

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Gregory Dell:


You should go back to Walmart and see if anyone else had the same problem as you. If there was a problem that affected many other people, then you may have a claim for your medical bills, suffering, lost wages, and inconvenience.

Friday, January 24, 2014

I was at Wal-Mart the day before yesterday and turned to go down the frozen food isle, I slipped and fell. My left leg went behind me and my right one with in front of me hitting my knee and shin leaving them swollen and bruised. I went and found a employee and told her about what happen and showed her where it looked like someone put too much wax and when they buffed it, it become slippery. Later in the day my leg started hurting and my back so I called and spoke with a manger who asked me to come in and fill out a report as I told him it should be on tape what happened also. I did speak to someone today about the accident he was from the insurance company I told him what happen and I went to my Dr yesterday I was given a shot and 2 RX my back was killing me. Not sure what to do now.

Saturday, January 25, 2014
Gregory Dell:


It appears you have done all of the right things so far. I am sorry to hear about your injury. It is imperative that a letter is sent to Walmart immediately requesting that they save a copy of the video. You should not speak with the insurance company that called you. Please call us to discuss how we can assist you.

Friday, February 14, 2014

I was walking out of Wal-Mart and I fell outside the doors on ice. There was salt or any signs telling customers to be careful slippery and icy. After I fell there was manager that was coming out the door, the same time I was he witnessed the incident. I find it funny after I fell everyone was putting salt down in the front of the store. The manger that helped me up, found it so funny he laughed how embarrassing… I am waiting for Wal-Mart insurance company to get in touch with me.

Saturday, February 15, 2014
Gregory Dell:


I am not sure where you reside so the laws are different in each state. You should not communicate with Walmart directly. Hopefully you have received medical treatment for your injuries. Please contact us privately and we will let you know if we can assist you.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

I was in Walmart in Ravenna, Ohio today. I was looking at buying a tool belt. I stuck my hand in the pocket of a belt and felt a pinch. When I pulled it out I had cut the tip of my index finger off. There was 4 box cutter blades in the pocket and my finger tip. I found a Walmart associates. They got a manager and took a report and found the tool belt with the blades in it and my finger tip. One associate stated to me that Walmart employees use those blades to cut open delivery boxes then they just throw them anywhere. And that was how it got their. I went to ER and they had to burn the tip of my finger to get it to clot stating that they could not stitch it up. It will take 3-6 months to heal I was told. What should I do?

Monday, February 24, 2014
Gregory Dell:


You may have a case against Walmart, but the case will depend on the extent of your injury. Please contact us privately and we can discuss your claim in greater detail.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

I was In Walmart last night and I had coupons which seemed to make cashier irrate, she ended up dropping stuff of mine into the trash and then re-bagging it and then overloaded the turn style and a bag of canned goods fell on my foot. I kicked the bag off my foot out of pain and frustration. I was escorted to customer service desk because she wouldn’t scan my coupons and customer service manager made me stand with a throbbing foot and empty my cart looking for items I had coupons for, until another customer said he should get me a chair because I was complaining of my foot throbbing, then he got me a chair and finished order but still wouldn’t accept half my coupons. I went to hospital even though I have no medical insurance and have a contusion on my right foot was put in bandage and boot and put on crutches and was instructed to follow up with doctor and possibly an orthopedic, but I have no insurance and certainly can’t afford medical bills, and I was told to stay out of work for two days, as I can’t walk on my foot! Walmart had me fill out accident report and said they would call me today with a claim number, but no one called! Please help me.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Gregory Dell:


We have heard of many situations where Walmart says they will call a customer and they do not. You may have a claim against Walmart, but it will depend on whether you injury was caused by the can dropping on your foot or you kicking the can. Please contact us privately to discuss further.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

I slipped right outside a Walmart front door. A couple days later I started to feel the pain. I made Walmart aware of the incident. I have had medical treatment and now the Dr. wants to do an MRI. I have my receipt showing when I checked out at the register and I know their cameras would have caught it. I’ve been looking for a lawyer but around here they all say they have bad luck against Walmart… not sure what to do but I can tell you it’s hard to raise kids while stuck in bed.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

I was stepping out of my vehicle, there was ice and I am already on disability and parked in a handicap are and my foot went out from under me, my ankle twisted and popped. I fell, went in and filed an accident report and went to the ER. The next day after I knew it wasn’t doing better, they said it was sprained ,gave me an aircast, thought it would be better but it’s still sweeling and hurtin and it’s been 2 weeks. What should I do?

Thursday, February 27, 2014
Gregory Dell:


The reason you may be having difficulty finding a lawyer is because you waited a few days to report the incident and to seek treatment. It is essential to report an incident immediately and then seek treatment as soon as possible. You should continue to seek treatment for your condition. If you don’t feel better shortly, then contact us and we will discuss with you if it worth pursuing a slip and fall claim against Walmart.

Thursday, February 27, 2014
Lisa Currier:

I fell at Walmart on 2/14/2014 with a newborn, luckily the baby didn’t fall out of my arms, but I did go to the emergency room that day because I couldn’t really walk. The ER doctor sait that I had a contusion on my right ankle, sprain knee and back. Walmart said they will compensate. How much should I take without a lawyer? They saw the video and I wrote an incident report.

Friday, February 28, 2014
Gregory Dell:


When people slip on ice in a parking lot, these are very difficult cases to pursue. You are lucky that you did not have a more serious injury. If you injury is worse than a sprain, then you may be able to pursue an action against Walmart.

Friday, February 28, 2014
Gregory Dell:


The value of a case against Walmart depends on two factors. 1) How good of a liability case do you have? 2) What are the extent of your injuries in the long term? There is no way for us to tell you the value of your claim as we do not have enough information.

Sunday, March 2, 2014
John Scott:

Today inside of Walmart, me and my sister were walking until I decided to speed up and proceeded to walk faster to get to the checkout line. While I was walking I steped into a puddle of water. Around 8 secs later my sister passes threw the same spill, but she slips.

Also she:
- Did not take pictures
- The store manger reviewed the camera and found out it was a guy who seem to spilled it on purpose around 1 min prior to the fall
- My sister is scared to file a claim, because she thinks she will go to prison, because it may seem like she staged it. But she did need an ambulance.

So what should she do about med bills?

Monday, March 3, 2014
Gregory Dell:


This is a tough situation as Walmart would have a hard time having any notice of a guy that spilled water one minute before your sister fell. If a Walmart employee saw the spill and then did nothing about it, then it would be a good case. Walmart would likely deny liability if they had no notice of the condition in a one minute time span.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

I fell in Walmart on a wet floor in the frozen food aisle. The left side of the aisle had a wet floor sign, the right side didn’t. I slipped and fell in water. When I went back to show the assistant manager where I fell the worker at Walmart was inside in cooler where I fell.

Thursday, March 6, 2014
Jason Macri:


Sorry to hear about your Wal-Mart incident. Please contact us privately as soon as possible. We will let you know how the wet-floor sign may affect your claim and what we can do to help you.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

This happened to my mother in Missouri. Walmart has already accepted blame. They have video proof. Mom is preparing to undergo surgery. I just want to make sure she is fairly compensated. Do you have lawyers in Missouri or someone you would suggest?

Friday, March 14, 2014
Gregory Dell:


I am sorry to hear about your mother. We help accident victims
nationwide and we would like to discuss your Mom’s case against Walmart
as soon as possible. Please call us at 800-828-7583 and we will tell you
immediately if we can help you.

Friday, March 14, 2014

I slipped and fell in Walmart near produce section where it was wet and no wet floor sign. Took it easy then. It happened in the first week of December but the pain in the elbow (fell on elbow) did not go away. I will have to check with the doctor. Is there anything that I can do?

Monday, March 17, 2014
Jason Macri:


It is now March 17, 2014. If you waited more than three months to seek medical treatment for this problem, then it would be extremely difficult for you to bring a claim against Walmart. If you had undergone treatment, shortly after the incident, then you would potentially have a strong claim.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

I recently fell on ice while working at Walmart, the supervisor sent me and another employee out on the ice to gather carts, I fell and hurt myself worse.

I have curvature of the spine, born with it, off and on pain *if I do too much liftng* all my life, but able to work, the pain was not continous and maybe once every 4 months would I have a eposide, generally after over doing activities or lifting more than 100pds.

After the fall I have endured serval things, I have continous pain, my disc is now rubbing on a nerve causing numbness, found out yesterday that I have carpol tunel belived that the fall triggered the now pain and numbness.

I also had a stiff neck for a few days and ringiing of the ears, found out that I lost hearing and believed that that fall sent shock wave damaging the inner ear bones.

I am having CIT scans, also have had spinal injections no relief, scheduled MRI on my left hip since that is the side that triggers the numbness.

Went to their doctor who asked questions that I can’t not remember then sine I couldn’t made a report stating that I refused treatment Crazy! I drove over 30 minutes just to refuse it huh, anyway that doctor told me I only had back pain and also to stop taking pain medication, released me to light duty, went to my private doctor on base who then refused to let me return to work told me no way I could work, took me to disabled status.

I called in Walmart 800 number each time I read off what the doctor stated and then told the third day by one supervisor if I don’t show up I’m fired, so okay.

Well found out this supervisor stated that I told him I was going to ER when I didn’t I told him the orders which at the end stated if I need to see a doctor before the next visit and I get worse to go to the ER.

I have found that alot of supervisors like to lie in these situations But I not been given workman’s comp since this happened in DEC 2013 and I am still under doctor’s treatment, surgeries are scheduled.

Monday, March 24, 2014
Jason Macri:


Since you were injured while working, you will need a worker’s compensation attorney.You may also be able to file a long term disability claim if you will be out of work for greater than 6 months.You should start by contacting a worker compensation attorney.

Friday, March 28, 2014
Brittany Howard:

My husband and I stopped at our local walmart last night for a few things and as I was getting out of my vehicle and started walking into the store I slipped and fell on the snow that still had not been plowed. I did not go to the Dr. right away I thought I would be fine, but today, the day after the incident I am in terrible pain, which is not fun being 7 months pregnant also. I have never had this happen before so I am nit sure what I should do. I called Walmart to notify them and they want me to come in and fill out an incident report. What should I do?

Saturday, March 29, 2014
Jason Macri:

Ms. Howard,

You should complete and incident report and seek immediate medical attention if you are hurt. This will be a tough case unless this was piled up snow that was placed in a dangerous area.

Saturday, March 29, 2014
Stephanie D.:

I was shopping at the Walmart in San Tan Valley, Arizona on Saturday March 22, 2014. I was inbetween the housewares and bath area when I slipped on a liquid susbtance. I slipped, slid and twisted my body around to catch myself from falling. I injured my left shoulder, left hip and lower back. 2people witnessed the fall, and 2 employees saw the large spill on the floor. I waited for a manager, she walked me to a bench and there I sat in extreme pain while she took an accident report. I had to take an electronic cart out of the store and then went to the ER where they gave me pain meds and took a bunch of XRays. They prescribed medication and I am still having trouble walking and can only stand for a short amount of time before I have to lay down. I can not sit correctly I have to lean to the side so it doesn’t send pain shooting down my legs. Walmart insurance called and interviewed me and are investigating it. Do I have a case? Should I get a lawyer?

Sunday, March 30, 2014
Jason Macri:


If you have an injury that continues for more than a few days, then you will have a case and should consider a lawyer. Please contact us privately and we can discuss how we may be able to assist you.

Monday, March 31, 2014
Kayla Sullivan:

Yesterday I was about 2 feet from the enterance to Walmart and it was pouring and I slipper in a puddle and broke my ankle. There was no sign or mat on the ground. When I went back later there was. What can I do?

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Jason Macri:


We need some more information about exactly where you fell and what happen after you fell. Please call us to discuss your fall at Walmart.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

I work at Walmart; fell over a box of bags at the cashier’s station they have been told not to put them there. Fell broke my hip and needed a total hip replacement. What should I do?

Friday, April 4, 2014

A rack fell on me 12/13 while I was shopping at a Walmart store for Christmas and they want to pay me less dollar for not going to emergency but i’m still having some issues. Don’t know what to do about this situation.

Friday, April 4, 2014
Jason Macri:


If you were working at the time of the accident then you will have a workers compensation claim. Please contact us and we can refer you to the appropriate attorney to discuss your claim.

Saturday, April 5, 2014
Jason Macri:


The value of your claim against Walmart will depend on how badly you were injured. You do not have to settle and you can take your claim to trial by filing a lawsuit. It may not be worth your time. Give us a call and we can discuss your options.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

I was shopping at Walmart on April 12,2014 in Springfield Illinois. I had just a few items on my list. Bottled water was one item. I went to the water isle. The water that I get Ice Mountain 24 pkg. was all on the bottom shelf towards the back. I was bent over picking up my water when another 24 pkg of water flipped over hit me in the side of my head on the left side and and it hit me on my right forearm. I went to the service desk filled out and incident report this was about 2:30 pm. I went home put ice on my arm. Tossed and turned all nite from head hurting and arm throbbing. Walmart called me at 10 am I told her about the pain all nite. She said let them know if there was anything they could do. I got up went to urgent care my head wasn’t cut but it sure felt like it and is still real sore today my arm is badly bruised doctor said it would probably take two – three weeks before it’s fully healed. I took Walmart my papers from Doctor filled out papers again of what happened and was told Insurance company would get ahold of me. Walmart called again on Tuesday morning checking on me. Still have not heard from their Insurance company. What should I do?

Friday, April 18, 2014
Jason Macri:


It is almost impossible to try to deal with Walmart without an attorney. You may be waiting forever before someone calls you. There is nothing good that can come from you speaking with Walmart. It is in your best interest to have a lawyer speak on your behalf with Walmart. Your lawyer will need to immediately ask Walmart to preserve any videotape of the incident that happen to you. If you would like, I could have an Illinois lawyer contact you.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

My 81 year old mother was having her nails done at the Walmart Salon. She went to sit in the rolling chair in front of the station and it went out from under her and she fell on her hip and head. Ambulance took her to ER hospital where she was admitted for emergency hip replacement the next morning. She has been in a nursing facility for almost 2 weeks now. Looking like a slow recovery. Walmart claims dept. has been calling almost daily, but as yet we have not called them back. I believe the nail salon leases from Walmart, wondering who is liable? Seems that the chairs should be on carpeting pads, not hard floors. Would this even be a personal injury claim?

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Gregory Dell:


I think that either Walmart or the owner of the nail salon will be 100% responsible. I think that your Mom will have a very strong claim against either Walmart or the nail salon. We have handled numerous cases with the same exact fact pattern. You should not speak with Walmart and only allow your attorney to do so. Your Mom will likely be entitled to significant compensation as she has suffered a very serious injury. We will contact you privately via email, but please call us at 800-383-7853 as soon as possible.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

I slipped and fell at Walmart earlier today, my knee is really bruised and I went to the doctor ASAP and filed a report with Walmart. I don’t know if I have the case or not but I took pictures of my knee all swollen. I think the floor was slippery from it being wet so please tell me what I can do. Thank you.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Jason Macri:


Sorry to hear about what happened to you. Please contact us privately so that we can let you know what we can do for you.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

My husband is a truck driver and was delivering a load to Walmart Distribution and slipped on the ice in the receiving area. He broke his right hip, had surgery and now has been out off work for 4 months. He is still in physical therapy. To date the medical bills exceed $70,000. Walmart has accepted full responsibility for the injury. We live in Texas and this happened in IN. I am not sure what to do now?

Thursday, May 22, 2014
Jason Macri:


Please contact us privately as this is a matter that we would like to investigate further for you. As long as your husband was not employed by Walmart, then he may be able to bring a claim against Walmart for failure to maintain their property in a safe condition.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

On the 23rd my wife went to Walmart with my 3 year old daughter and the Gatorade’s that they stack in the middle of the lanes fell on her her legs are Bruce up and she kept complaining that when she went to pee it hurt after we check her we found out she was bleeding and took her to the hospital and now her vagina is bruised up what should we do?

Monday, May 26, 2014
Jason Macri:


Please make sure you reported the incident to Walmart. Please contact us and we will discuss your options. The ability to pursue a claim against Walmart will depend on the extent of your wife’s injuries.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

I spoke with a Claims Management person about 10 min ago (from Walmart) and he agreed Walmart was negligent and admitted to being in possesion of the store video of the incident. He wants to settle for $300 USD and I verbally agreed over the phone. I am wondering if this is binding or if there is a chance I could hold out for more.

Thursday, May 29, 2014
Jason Macri:


An oral agreement is not binding and if you are seriously injured, then $300 is unacceptable and completely unreasonable. A person should never attempt to negotiate a settlement with Walmart without a lawyer.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

I slept and fall yesterday 06/19/2014 at Walmart in Dearborn, Michigan. There was water on the floor and no sign for wet floor. I was at the register to cash out and go home. I did not think about anything just worry because I’m pregnant with twins and I want to make sure that my babies are good. I went to my primary care provider, he said we can’t do anything because you are pregnant. So what do you think we can do?

Sunday, June 22, 2014
Jason Macri:


It is good that you went to the doctor and documented your injuries. If you feel better in a few days, then it would not be worth pursuing a claim. If your pain continues, then please contact us and we will provide you with assistance to pursue a claim against Walmart.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

I fell at a store in a puddle of water, landind on my hands and knees, trying not to fall on my stomach, being 7 months pregnant. I went to ER, they kept me for 16 hours. Also left me with back and knee and right thumb pain. I also made an incident report. Do I have a case?

Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Jason Macri:


You will have a case if your injuries do not recover within a few days. Your case will also depend if Walmart was at fault for the puddle of water.

Monday, June 30, 2014

06/30/14 @6:35am I was shopping at Walmart for my son. I went to pick up chocolate milk and some eggs for him. As I finished checking the eggss to see if there is no cracks in them, I turned around to walk away and took 2 steps and feel to my knnes on that hard floor. There were drops of water on the floor and you could see my foot print of the slip. I did not have my phone on me to take pictures. There was an employee stocking the eggs and another employee walking towards me. Both gentlemen seen what had happened to me. I did not get any names of the employees, nor contact information. When I arrived to the check out counter I asked the cashier to get a supervisor and I reported it to them. They wrote it up and asked me to sign, I refuse to sign the paper because it stated that they were not responsible and I couldn’t agree to that. My knee is swollen and in pain. I will seek medical attention, but wanted to talk to an educated lawyer who knows alot about slips and falls. What do you think? And what advice do you have for me?

Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Jason Macri:


You need to seek immediate medical attention. If you have a serious injury, then you should contact us to discuss how we can assist you to pursue a claim.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Hello, I live in Dallas TX. At 8pm July 4, 2014 me and my 2 year old daugher Jacqueline and my wife were at Walmart supercenter. After we gathered all of our needs ready to checkout my little one always needs to have herself a ballon which we did get her and as we were walking with Jackie she was at least 4 feet ahead of me when she turned and smile at me she stepped on a plastic shower clear ring that holds them to the metal and one leg went forward the other backwards. In front of the whole scene employees laugh at her accident. I picked up my girl; she got fuzzy and asked me to carry her… the employee picked up the object, didn’t even asked if she was OK. I requested to speak with the manager to file a report of the accident. Pictures were taken afterwards. We drove to the nearest hospital so that she could be checked cause of the way we taught her to indicate us mom and dad she was most likely letting us know it she was feeling pain due to the fall. Doc checked her; xrays took place; alot of crying after all results were internal bruises. Now what should be my next step? I’m here at this moment with her at home 2 am she can’t sleep because of her little accident she had and looking at all those different doctors checking and doing examination on her she’s sore from the fall because she limps while walking. I’m sorry I wrote too much info… Thanks.

Sunday, July 6, 2014
Jason Macri:


I hope your daughter is feeling better. If your daughter makes a quick recovery from what will hopefully be a minor injury, then it is not worth your time to pursue a claim against Walmart. Please contact us if your daughter does not recover quickly.

Monday, July 7, 2014

I went to Walmart on 7/6/2014 around 3pm in North Lauderdale, Florida with my 6 year old daughter to the vision center, there was a customer ahead of me so I waited, finally I was next to be served and started to handle what I came in to do. My daughter asked me if she can use the bathroom and I said yes, I told the associate to give me a few minutes and I took her to the bathroom, upon leaving the bathroom she asked if she could have some water and I said yes. She turned around to face the water fountain to drink and before she got to it she slipped in a huge puddle of water and fell on her back and her head went to the ground. My daughter jumped up and ran to me and she was soaking wet. I called an associate to show them the puddle and to I asked the associate to get a manager to alert them of the issue. When the manager came to me her atttitude was very bad, she asked me what the problem was and I told her my daughter slipped and fell and there is no caution wet floor sign on the floor. I told the manager I wanted fill-out an incident report and she came back with papers. Upon me recieiving the papers and telling her that I wnated to return to the vision center and complete the paperwork, the manager follwed me there shortly and started yelling at me infront of the vision doctor, telling me that I am filling out the wrong paperwork. I immediatley got even toned and told her that I do not work for walmart or in their office so i don’t know what papers i need to complete so whatever you give me is what I am completeing. she took the clipboard and put the corret paper on top and was being very defensive with a bad attitude. Then I said to her you are spending your time trying to start an argument with me but you need to clean up the puddle, and on top of that, no one has asked me how my daughter is feeling, the manager did not acknowledge or asked me or my daughter is everything was ok? not even, I left the store and she still did not asked, I felt very offended and disrepected. In the end I took my daughter to the hospital to make sure she had no serious injuries. the final diagnosis was a sprained ankle and she left with kruches and a spline. I felt as though Walmart was very negligent and even though my daughter diagnosis was not serious and prolonging, I wanted to know if i can file’s a negligent claim against them and the manager for her bad attitude… it really disturbed me especially seeing my daughter fall to the floor the way she did.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Jason Macri:


I am sorry to hear about the injury to your daughter. You can not file a personal injury claim due to the bad attitude of the manager. If your daughter does not make a quick recovery, then you can file a claim against Walmart. You should wait and see how she feesl over the next few days. It is good that you filed an incident report. Do not sign anything if Walmart contacts you.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

I work at Walmart and I slipped over a wet spot by the ice machine with no wet sign. This happened three days ago; went to ER they said I had a broken knee. What should they do? Just want to add that they sent me on break 1 hour before I had to leave.

Friday, July 11, 2014
Jason Macri:


Your claim will likely be governed by workers compensation laws in your state. You need to contact a worker compensation attorney immediately. If you don’t have one, then we can recommend one for you.

Sunday, July 13, 2014
Tracy McKenzie:

Today I was walking through Walmart in Tulare Ca. I was going from electronic department to garden area. All of the sudden I lose my footing and fall to the ground. My back side was covered in something my toes also. My knee has cut, bruising and swelling. After further looking into the issue baby bath soap had got spilled all the way down the aisle. After a couple of hours my body is aching. Should I seek Dr. and what else do I do?

Monday, July 14, 2014


My mom lives in Illinois, while in Texas last Sunday (one week ago)for burial of her dad she was in Walmart and decided against buying bag of ice and went to return it to ice bag cooler. She slipped and fell on water that leaked from ice cooler injurying herself. She did not have her phone or camera to take pictures but said when she was finally assisted off the floor, thatwhen she went to walk her shoe left a dirt shoe print in the water that caused injury. She reported incident to Walmart and signed report which states where and how she fell. She has swelling,bruising and pain in her ankle and foot. The fall is causing intense pain to her already injured back. She is currently on disability for this past back injury from yrs ago. Does she have a claim? Walmart Claims Office is calling and sent text giving approval # for RX. We are confused about this. Does this mean they watched the store video as they said they would and are admitting fault? Please advise.

Thank you.

Monday, July 14, 2014
Jason Macri:


You should immediately go to an Urgent Care Center or Hospital and seek medical treatment. Walmart is notorious for claiming that a person is not hurt because they did not seek immediate attention. Please contact us and we will discuss how we can assist you.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Hi, I pulled up to the optical center door at Walmart in Hot Springs Ar. today, it had been raining very hard. The rain had died down some ans I was just going in to pick up my husbands glasses that he was getting replacement lenses put in. There was no no over hang above the door, there was no door mat outside the door or right inside the door to wipe you feet. I feel on my right knee and ankle, foot and twisted my back. Walmart associates immediately came over and call a zone manager and a code white, brought me a chair but I couldn’t get up, and immediately started filling out a incident report. I was alone and one of the ladies from the vision center moved my car out of the red zone and loaned me her phone so I could call my husband. I filled out the report partly but was in a lot of pain. The knee I fell on I have broken the corner of in Oct 2012, and had to have a bone spur remove from it. The ankle on the same leg which I also hurt, I had surgery on in Dec. 2013 when I fell at my friends house next door on the ice and broke my ankle and tore all the ligaments in it. There was no wet floor signs, or floor mats and the floor was wet. I tried to get pics but was unsuccessful. The manager on duty filed the report and gave me a claim number, and a 1-800-number to call. I went to the ER right away and they did x-ray on my knee, ankle, and foot they said they didn’t see any fractures but recommended that I go and see a orthopedic doctor. My knee and ankle is very swollen, and I am in a lot of pain. I will be calling the orthopedic doctor tomorrow because I really want to make sure none of the screws or plate has shifted that was placed in my ankle. I also want to make sure that there is not any further damage to myt already weakened knee. so what do you think my next step or steps should be? And does the claim number they gave me pay for medication that areperscribedfrom that fall?

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Jason Macri:


It sounds like your mom would have a case, but the value of the case will depend on the extent of her injuries. Your mom should not speak with Walmart and should contact a lawyer immediately to discuss how to proceed.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Jason Macri:


I am sorry to hear about your fall at Walmart. This may be a tough case because it appears the floor was wet due to rain. If Walmart failed to have a Mat at the entrance door, then there could be a case. It is good that you obtained medical treatment immediately and will be seeking further medical treatment. Please contact us privately and we can discuss your options.

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