In Kentucky, premises liability relates to the responsibility of landowners for being careful to protect the safety of people who come upon their property, which includes stores and businesses.
If you are a visitor to a person’s home or apartment, property, or business, and are injured as a result of a dangerous condition or hazard, you are entitled to be compensated for your injuries. Compensation under the law includes payment of medical bills, lost wages, and pain & suffering. Injuries can include, but are not limited to, slip & falls on slick or wet surfaces, hazardous activities taking place on the property, falling tree limbs or other objects, concealed holes and defects, and broken stairs. These are but a few things that can cause injury to a person on the property of another. If you have been injured on someone else’s property, you should consult with a lawyer about the facts of what happened to you in order to know what your legal rights are.
Our firm represents people injured in Kentucky on other people’s property. We also represent the Estates of families who have lost a loved one in a Kentucky dangerous property related accident. We will work hard to insure that the insurance companies treat you fairly and obtain payment of your medical bills, lost wages, and compensation for your injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Kentucky property related accident, contact us to discuss your legal options. We will take the time to review your case with you and inform you of what your legal rights are.
You can contact us by email (fill out the Contact Us section at the top right of this page or email Kentucky injury attorney Brent T. Ackerson at email@example.com or click here to contact us online) or call us directly at (502) 882-5176. We will quickly return your calls and respond to your emails, even on nights and weekends.