Getting hurt is never a good thing. It's even worse when all you were doing was walking down the aisle at a store and then you fall. If you have gotten hurt at a store through no fault of your own, you may be entitled money to cover your medical bills, as well as possible money for your pain and suffering and any missed work. However, the store and their insurance company may not want to give you what you are entitled to, so you should call an attorney and get some help. You might want to find an attorney right after you get injured because you may need to start fighting for what you deserve right after your injury. There are several reasons why you should have an attorney help you.
One reason is that you can get help with the negotiations for any settlements. If the store and their insurance agency do decide to give you a settlement, they are going to want to give you the smallest settlement possible. However, that might not be enough for you to pay your bills or compensate you for anything. However, your attorney is going to be able to fight for you and to get you a larger amount of money. The attorney is going to be familiar with personal injury law and will know what you are entitled to and won't let the store and their people get away with not giving you what you are entitled to. Plus, having an attorney means that they can threaten to take your case to court if they don't give you what you are entitled to.
Another reason you might want to have an attorney help you with your personal injury case is that they can help you once you do have your settlement. Your attorney may be able to help you set up trusts or accounts so that the money is safe and your bills are paid. Depending on the size of the settlement, having some kind of trust or special account set up would be a good idea, because then you will always have money for what you need it for.
If you have gotten hurt at a store through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to money. You should hire a personal injury attorney to help you with your case and to get you what you deserve.