Most store managers will try to calm down injured customers and will do so by promising to pay medical bills. However, once a medical bill is submitted for payment, the actual decision of whether or not to pay is usually made by someone else. Most stores have insurance that covers accidents on their premises and, in those instances, it is the insurance company that decides whether or not to pay for medical treatment. The best approach for you is not to rely solely on the trust of a store manager, but contact Keith J. Stone for legal advise.
The manager said that the store would take care of my medical bills, should I trust them?