Tony’s Finer Foods is a local supermarket chain in Illinois with locations in Chicago. The company specializes in American Food Products, and offers an increasing amount of imported American, Hispanic and International food, as well as American staples. The store sells fresh meat and seafood, along with produce.
The first store opened in 1979, and it has extended to six stores in Illinois. Given the large number of customers who frequent the store, employees may fail to notice all of the spills that can occur. Tony’s Finer Foods’ employees are under an obligation to make sure that the customers do not slip, trip and fall while shopping at the store. If you suffered an injury while you were shopping in Tony’s Finer Foods, call Briskman Briskman & Greenberg at 1-877-595-HURT (4878) for a free consultation with an attorney.
What Kind of Injuries Have Tony’s Finer Foods Customers Sustained?
Given the large size of the supermarket, customers may be likely to encounter a number of unforeseen risks. It is possible for customers to slip, trip and fall on water that has leaked from refrigerators and freezers. Or they may slip and fall on food debris that has been left on the floor in the produce aisles.
If you sustained acute injuries while shopping at Tony’s Finer Foods because of the negligence of its employees, you may have a strong case of negligence against the company. You may be able to recover compensation for your injury.
Common injuries that customers suffer in slip and fall accidents comprise of:
- Wrist fracture
- Hand fracture
- Shoulder dislocation
- Hip fracture
If you experienced these or other slip and fall injuries at Tony’s Finer Foods, you may be able to obtain compensation. This compensation, like other personal injury lawsuits, could include:
- Medical expenses
- Lost earnings
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
What to do After a Slip and Fall Accident at Tony’s Finer Foods:
- Seek medical help right away for your injury.
- Do not sign any forms from Tony’s Finer Foods management or their attorneys and insurance company representatives prior to speaking with an attorney.
- Do not file a claim against them by yourself. Call Briskman Briskman & Greenberg, and have an experienced personal injury attorney represent you.