This depends upon the cause of your fall. Under premises liabiltiy law, when a person is injured in a slip and fall, the property owner may be liable if
the owner caused the unsafe condition, such as spilling liquid and not mopping it up;
the owner knew about the dangerous condition but did not take steps to correct it; the owner should have known about the hazard because a reasonable person taking care of the property would have discovered and corrected the dangerous condition.
You should file a claim with the store owner and their insurer and then you would need to prove the above elements in addition to your injury. If you can prove one of the above reasons for liability and they will not settle with you, then you will likely need an attorney and will have to sue to recover your damages.
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