Q: I slipped and fell in a FoodMaxx Save Mart store I need to file a claim I need free legal aid
A: Nobody is going to work for free. Personal injury attorneys work on contingency, meaning that they take a cut of whatever you get at the end of the case. You don't need any money to hire a personal injury attorney. You do need a good case, which depends on evidence that the store was at fault, and evidence that you suffered a serious injury. Slipping, all by itself, it not enough.
Dale S. Gribow agrees with this answer
A: SEE WILLIAM LIGHTS ANSWER BELOW...........WELL SAID.........
CALL A LOCAL PI LAWYER.......IF IT IS A GOOD CASE THERE ARE NO UP FRONT LEGAL FEES..........HOWEVER, JUST FALLING IS NOT ENOUGH
A: Make sure to document everything you can and call a personal injury lawyer who might be able to help you. We don't charge upfront or ongoing fees and only make any money if we can settle your case. Make sure to get all the medical care you need because that is the only way to prove you were injured.
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