Q: I slipped and fell on Thanksgiving morning my left shoulder pops and aches as if I tore my Rotator cuff..
Even though I hurt it in November do I have a case
A: An Oklahoma attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on a number of issues, including liability or fault. If the fall was the result of a defect or negligence on the floor or the ground, it's possible. It would also hinge on medical documentation, such as doctor's narrative reports or MRI films, that support the torn rotator cuff you suspect. Consider reaching out to Oklahoma personal injuries to try to arrange a free initial consult to evaluate things in more detail. That's the best way to answer your question. Good luck
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