You were hurt in a minor accident inside a supermarket
Write a letter to the manager of the supermarket in about 150-200 words. Your email should do the following things:
Say who are you
Give details about the accident
Suggest how the supermarket could prevent similar accidents.
My name is Samuel, and I am writing to express my disappointment with the supermarket located at Bloor and Yonge streets intersection. I have been a loyal client of yours for more than two years now, and last Sunday, I was involved in a minor accident inside your facility, which is the cause of my dissatisfaction.
I was driving my shopping cart along the aisle 2, where you keep the house cleaning products. While I was distracted reading a product's direction, I stepped to the left and suddenly slipped over a puddle of water. Somebody was passing by and kindly helped me stand up again. Then, I stayed there trying to understand where the water was coming from and why it wasn't adequately signalized.
I understand that some inconveniences like this may happen unexpectedly. However, somebody needed to get hurt before the supermarket staff could come to take measures. Fortunately, it was only a light torsion in my ankle, and soon I will be all recovered.
You might want to consider putting wet floor warning placards right away when detecting a leakage, preventing other accidents.
Please let me know if you had any more queries.