If you slipped and fell in a Walmart store, you have the right to pursue compensation. Van Law’s slip and fall attorneys can navigate the complicated claims or lawsuit process on your behalf and file a lawsuit if we don’t come to a satisfying settlement agreement.
You can learn more about the legal services our Walmart slip and fall attorneys can provide during a free consultation. If we accept your case, we can represent you at no upfront cost and get paid only if you recover compensation. You can call us to get started.
Our Team of Walmart Slip and Fall Attorneys
Sandy Van, who leads our team, is the recipient of numerous Bar certifications and other notable accolades:
- Martindale Hubbell Client Champion Award 2019
- Super Lawyers 2020
- Expertise 2020
At Van Law, we’ve secured many large settlements for our clients. We’re proud to stand up for those in need.
Working with our team of Walmart slip and fall attorneys isn’t just about results. We emphasize compassion, kindness, and understanding – our clients come first, and we treat them like family. We’ll never pressure you into accepting a slip-and-fall settlement offer you’re not comfortable with and will continue fighting throughout your case.
We provide our Walmart slip and fall clients with the following services:
- Reviewing your case free of charge
- Protecting your interests during the settlement negotiation process
- Thoroughly investigating the events surrounding your injury
- Collecting evidence that can establish your negligence and liability case
- Answering your questions and explaining the law and your options
- Pursuing a lawsuit if we cannot settle your case out of court
- Handling communications with the party responsible for your injuries
Managing a claim or lawsuit on your own takes time and effort. With our help, you can step away from your case and focus on the recovery process. Seeking compensation doesn’t need to cause undue stress.
Walmart Slip and Fall Damages
Victims of slip and fall injuries can pursue several types of compensation, known as damages. While damages may vary slightly from case to case, they typically include reimbursement for:
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Property damages
- Lost income and benefits
- Lost earning capacity
What Is My Slip and Fall Case Worth?
There are several factors to consider when estimating the value of a slip and fall case:
- The severity of your injuries: In a slip and fall case, the severity of your injuries typically corresponds with the value of your case. For example, an individual who suffers a traumatic brain injury (TBI) will likely receive more compensation than someone who sprained their wrist.
- Your degree of negligence: In some states, you can receive less compensation if you were partially responsible for your accident. This doesn’t mean you should lie about your involvement in your slip and fall injury – our team can advise you on explaining your injuries to Walmart’s claims company.
- The outcome of settlement negotiations: Settlement negotiations can make or break a case. If you don’t put your best foot forward during negotiations, you could walk away without compensation, even if you have strong evidence.
Our Walmart slip and fall attorney team can review your case and determine which damages you qualify for. Knowing the value of your case is essential – it could protect you from unfair settlement offers.
What if I Lost a Loved One?
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), older Americans are at the greatest risk of slip and fall injuries. The CDC reports that roughly 35 million older adults experience slip and fall injuries yearly. A small number of these slip and fall events result in death for older adults.
We extend our deepest condolences if you are seeking wrongful death compensation for a lost loved one. Our team is here to provide compassionate legal support. We can also help you pursue justice, and damages, which typically include:
- Loss of companionship
- Funeral expenses
- Burial expenses
- Medical expenses incurred before your loved one’s death
In most states, wrongful death slip and fall cases can only be pursued by immediate family members. We can discuss this matter during a free case evaluation if you’re curious about your eligibility.
Can I Sue Walmart for My Slip and Fall Injuries?
If you were injured in one of its locations, you can sue Walmart. However, suing the retailer is unique. Many businesses carry liability insurance. This coverage prevents lawsuits by providing slip and fall victims with compensation. Walmart doesn’t carry liability insurance. Instead, it has a dispute resolution company, Walmart Claims Services, Inc.
Walmart Claims Services, Inc., isn’t on your side. While it will likely be involved with your settlement or lawsuit, its goal isn’t to award you with fair compensation. It wants you to settle for as low as possible and move on. Its representatives may use any of these strategies:
- Suggest you were responsible for your slip and fall injury
- Argue that Walmart is not liable for your damages
- Delay the settlement negotiation process
At Van Law, we can manage negotiations with Walmart Claims Services, Inc. We are not afraid of standing up to large corporations like Walmart. We can advise you on what you should or shouldn’t say during the settlement negotiation process. Remember, you don’t need to file a claim or lawsuit without legal representation.
You Must Prove Negligence
In a slip and fall case, you or your legal team must prove Walmart was responsible for your injuries. We can manage this portion of your case by reviewing the following types of evidence:
- Security camera footage
- Your medical records
- Your expenses and receipts
- Input from relevant experts
- Images of the accident scene
- Witness statements
Then, we can work toward showing that the following are true:
- Walmart was aware of the hazard that caused your injuries.
- Walmart didn’t remove this hazard.
- A hazard in a Walmart store caused your injuries.
- You suffered verifiable damages after your slip and fall accident.
Slip and Fall Lawsuits Have a Filing Deadline
Each state has laws governing personal injury cases. Typically, these laws, known as statutes of limitation, provide slip-and-fall victims with a two or three-year window to file a lawsuit. For this reason, starting your case as soon as possible is best.
Our team at Van Law can review the statutes of limitation present in your state. We can keep your case on track by:
- Informing you of relevant deadlines
- Submitting claims and filing lawsuits on time
- Reminding you to complete any necessary documentation
Contact Our Walmart Slip and Fall Attorneys Today
Did you recently suffer an injury in a Walmart store? Do you believe negligence played a role? Our team can review your potential case for free.
We’re prepared to stand toe to toe with Walmart’s claims teams. Contact our offices to learn more about how we can represent you.
My experience with this firm was great. I worked with Yesenia who kept me updated every step of the way and answered questions I had and they was a lot. Helped make sure my daughter was included as well.Mary Turner
This was the best law firm experience I have ever had in my life and I have had several. Van Law Firm is the best in Vegas and the only law firm I will ever use.Jackin Ralph
I want to thank Van Law Firm for the hard work and dedication they put into my case. My case manager Norma was great and explained everything in detail and answered any questions I had.Darla Storm