I work for a trucking brokerage and while out soliciting new freight, I fell in a produce company warehouse. This was about 1 pm, no one was back from lunch yet. When I got there I asked where the sales office was, and a lady on the dock pointed me toward the office. I tripped over the forks of a forklift and landed hard on a concrete floor. I injured my right knee badly, as well as my left arm and side. I was about 90 miles from home & my only thought was that I had to get home. I was in shock and terrible pain, but I didn't wait to make a report with the owners. 2 of the warehouse workers helped me up. Since then I've spoken to the warehouse owners and asked for the names of the guys who helped me, but they're ignoring me. They had promised to give me some loads of produce, but now they have reneged on the deal. I think they're afraid I'm going to sue them. Since I was on company time, my employer sent me to the company doctor, where I've had MRI, and treatment. This is going to be a long term injury. I had previously been in two very bad car accidents that left me with broken bones, etc., and this fall aggravated my right arm and has caused a condition called trigger finger to develop which locks my joints into place and has caused a lot of pain. Can I sue this warehouse? I'm very worried about my job here. I'm 54 years old and I've been working thru my pain. I didn't go to the emergency room that weekend (this happened on a Friday PM) because I couldn't afford the $250 co pay that the emergency room would have cost me. To be honest, I never thought my company would even send me to the doctor on their dime. I ran my own business for 10 years, and haven't been at this job for a year yet. Do I have any recourse here against this warehouse?