Can I sue for a slip and fall that did not result in any major injuries?

Question Details: A 7 year old child slipped and fell in a retail chain as there was no wet floor sign; I completed an accident claim. After 2 days home, my child was complaining about pain so I took them to a doctor; X-rays showed no injuries just some soreness. The corporate office contacted me and said they were investigating they contacted me on today and said after investigation they found the store has cause to pay for my child's medical bills and that I should have medical records and bills faxed to them. If they found cause to pay for my child medical billsis there possible fault or negligence on their part that could result in my child getting more compensation other than medical bills?

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