Premises Liability

Dealing with a personal injury is one of the toughest experiences a person can go through. The physical and emotional challenges can be extremely challenging, and the cost of medical treatment can be overwhelming. The good news is that if you've been injured while on someone else's property, you could be entitled to financial compensation that can help you pay for your medical expenses. Having that kind of financial support can make all the difference in the world when it comes to making a full recovery.

Here at Anderson & Vaughn, we've been working with injured victims throughout the Louisville and London area to protect their rights and help them seek justice for their injuries. Our premises liability attorneys have decades of experience working on personal injury claims, with specific experience handling premises liability claims.

In addition, our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience, allowing us to help ensure you're prepared for any challenges the opposition might throw at you. When you work with us, your health and well-being will always be our top priority. Our goal is to provide you with some peace of mind knowing that your case is being handled by experienced professionals.

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What are Kentucky's premises liability laws?

In the state of Kentucky, if you have been injured on someone else's property, you must be able to prove negligence on the part of the property owner in accordance with the state's premises liability laws. In order to win a successful negligence liability case in Kentucky, you must be able to provide evidence that proves the following:

  1. The property owner had a duty to protect you, as the plaintiff, while on their property.
  2. The property owner did not serve that duty.
  3. The failure to serve that duty was the cause of your injuries.
  4. This failure could have been prevented through reasonable actions on the part of the property owner.
  5. Finally, you must be able to show or otherwise document the injuries that you suffered.

These laws exist because property owners have a responsibility to protect anyone who is considered an invitee. According to Kentucky law, an invitee is a person who is invited to enter onto someone's property, either expressly or implicitly. The most common example of this is a business customer who is implicitly invited onto the property of a business owner.

Once on the property, the property owner owes the invitee a duty of reasonable care for their safety. As such, the property owner must warn and protect the invitee from any dangers that may or may not be easily seen by the invitee.

If you've been injured, reach out today.

Simply getting injured on someone else's property is certainly not a straightforward case. There are a number of variables and factors that can affect whether or not you have a successful premises liability case. That's why it's important for you to act quickly and consult with an experienced premises liability attorney who can help you understand your situation and guide you through the process of pursuing a personal injury claim.

At Anderson & Vaughn, we've helped countless individuals through the process of pursuing a premises liability case. Our years of experience provide us with the knowledge and expertise needed to help you understand what you've been through, so you can finally get the justice you deserve. With personal injury cases, timing is everything — so don't wait. Call our office today to schedule a free case consultation and let us help you get back on the road to recovery.

Premises Liability Attorneys Serving Louisville and London, Kentucky

If you’ve been injured on someone else’s property, you could be entitled to compensation that can cover the cost of your medical expenses. At Anderson & Vaughn, we’ve helped countless injured victims pursue compensation that has helped them get back on the road to recovery. If you’ve been injured in an accident, call our law firm today for a free case consultation.