Whole Foods is one of the most popular stores in America, and its large volume of customers means that, inevitably, injuries occur on store premises.
If you slip and fall at Whole Foods, you should seek medical attention for any injury that’s obvious, or even if you just feel sore or a little “off.” You may need x-rays or other diagnostic tests to determine what your injuries are. It may take a day or two for the extent of your injuries to become apparent, and you will also want to follow up with your primary care physicians.
Abide by any restrictions your doctor may give you, such as limiting activity, not bearing weight on the affected area, or not doing any heavy lifting. Try to keep a journal or log about your treatment and how you feel on a daily basis, because some details may be hard for you to remember down the road during a lawsuit.