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hurt knee 49

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My wife tripped going into a nation wide auto parts store broke her rist and knee cap.
when going in door she tripped on a 3 1/2" raise in the floor that had no warning posted. the funny thing is the store has a handycap ramp from parking lot to the sidewalk but not going in the doors.
so far her medical bills are over 1400.00
do I have a case in TEXAS?

 


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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face=" Arial, Verdana, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by hurt knee 49:
My wife tripped going into a nation wide auto parts store broke her rist and knee cap.
when going in door she tripped on a 3 1/2" raise in the floor that had no warning posted. the funny thing is the store has a handycap ramp from parking lot to the sidewalk but not going in the doors.
so far her medical bills are over 1400.00
do I have a case in TEXAS?

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Yes. Hire a personal injury attorney as this is a premises liabilty case. That condition in the floor is not ADA compliant.
 

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