My wife used to comment on my gait/the way I walk. I have a tendency to veer from side to side as though a little drunk. Have never had good balance and coordination.
Have you talked to your medical doctor? They may want to send you to a physical therapist who can make suggestions of exercises to help you. Also, I find yoga to be very helpful.
I've always had problems with bumping into things, knocking things over and falling down from childhood and still have them.
I perhaps stumble and fall once a month, in fact I have got quite adept at falling over so that I never hurt myself (touch wood), but it sure is inconvenient. Not many years ago (certainly within the last ten) I stumbled in a shop and knocked to display down -- a lot of ornaments and things. The owner of the shop was not best pleased.
I was given tablets when in my early twenties but they didn't seem to do anything so I stopped taking them I have had brain scans but they don't show anything untoward.
It is an autistic trait. I am now 63 and it still affects me. But I am not particularly worried about it although I just hope as I age I don't get to hurt myself by falling over. It is not 'blacking out' it is just one minute I am standing up and the next I am on the ground. I do take a stick sometimes which gives me a bit of reassurance but even that does not always stop it.
I tripped over something walking to the supermarket only on Friday and broke my glasses giving myself a black eye and injuring my right hand which means I'll have to wear a splint until it heals. Fortunately they were both soft tissue injuries and I didn't break any bones.
Did you report it officially to them at the time!
You could have claimed compensation for your injuries.
I was on my way to the supermarket not at the supermarket itself. A friend did suggest reporting it to the local council. Fortunately I need a new pair of glasses anyway so breaking my current pair is not the end of the world.