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ST. LOUIS PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS SINCE 1949

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St. Louis Walmart Injury Lawyer

Injured at a St. Louis, Missouri, Walmart? We can help. The Walmart injury attorneys at Goldblatt + Singer been fighting for injured plaintiffs since the firm’s start in 1949. We can put decades of combined legal experience to work for you after any type of accident or injury at Walmart. We aren’t afraid to go up against the insurance companies of major shopping centers like Walmart in pursuit of fair settlements for our clients. We also can take your claim to court if that’s what it takes to win the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for your complimentary consultation with a Walmart accident attorney.

Step-By-Step Guide for What to Do After a Walmart Accident in Saint Louis

Walmart is an enormous enterprise. Missouri alone boasts 157 Walmart stores (including 112 Supercenters) and 16 Neighborhood Markets, employing 42,029 Missouri store associates. The stores themselves are also large, with plenty of floor space and opportunities for injuries. Parking lot collisions, slip and fall accidents, items falling from shelves, and other types of incidents at Walmart can leave victims wondering what to do next. Here’s a brief step-by-step breakdown according to the lawyers at Goldblatt + Singer:

  1. Stay calm. Remain calm and don’t admit fault for the accident. Don’t apologize to another driver in the parking lot or to an employee, as this could equal an admission of guilt. Instead, wait for authorities to determine fault.
  2. Report to a store employee. Stay where you are and flag down a Walmart employee to report the incident. Make note of the name of the person you speak to, as well as how he or she handles your accident.
  3. Request medical care. Ask for an ambulance if you notice you have injuries or are experiencing pain. Seek immediate medical attention to give yourself the best odds of physical and financial recovery.
  4. Document the accident. Once you have the chance, take photos of the accident location and your injuries, write down a detailed description of what happened, and compile a folder with information about your case.
  5. Call a Walmart injury attorney. Do not file an injury claim with Walmart’s insurance company, speak to insurance representatives, or agree to a settlement before you consult with a lawyer. A Walmart accident lawyer is the only party with your best interests at heart.

Walmart has plenty of money to spend on fighting personal injury lawsuits from customers. You don’t want to go up against a major corporate insurance company without legal representation supporting your claim. Insurance companies don’t want what’s best for you. Instead, they want to save money by getting you to settle for as little as possible. Hiring a lawyer that is experienced in Walmart accidents can level the playing field, giving you a much better chance of securing fair compensation for your injuries.

Goldblatt + Singer: Trusted Walmart Accident Attorneys in St. Louis

The attorney you trust with your Walmart claim can make all the difference in your legal experience. For a successful case against one of the country’s largest businesses, you must arm yourself with reputable representation. Goldblatt + Singer has been in business in Missouri since 1949. We have almost 70 years of experience handling claims of all calibers, including high-stakes claims against major corporations. We know how best to evaluate these claims, negotiate insurance settlements, and prove our clients’ cases in front of judges and juries.

To learn more about your individual Walmart accident and injuries, call our St. Louis office today. You can arrange a free case evaluation over the phone, online, or in person by visiting our downtown firm location. Our Walmart injury lawyers are always available to speak to injured shoppers and prospective personal injury clients. Call us at (314) 231-4100 to set up your appointment today.

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