Premises Liability (Landowner Attorney)

Premises liability is defined by Black’s Law Dictionary as “A landowner’s or landholder’s tort liability for conditions or activities on the premises.” Therefore, if you have suffered an injury while on someone else’s property, you may be able to recover compensation for any injuries or other losses suffered.

Under Kentucky law, the owner of residential or commercial property has a duty to maintain the property as to avoid injury to visitors or in the alternative to provide adequate warning of any known or expected dangers. If you suffer an injury on someone else’s property because of their failure to meet these standards, you can seek full compensation for any losses.

Some of the most common slip and fall situations are restaurants, grocery stores, home improvement stores, uneven sidewalks/walk ways, improperly marked sidewalks/walkways, and dark hallways/stair ways. Restaurant and grocery store managers are responsible for keeping the floors clean, dry, and free of obstructions. Property managers are responsible for keeping hallways and stairways well lit, free of obstructions, and structurally sound.

Senior businessman falling near caution sign in hallway

Whether you slipped and fell on a sidewalk or floor, tripped on a broken step, a cracked piece of concrete, or an up-turned rug, or suffered injuries when attacked by a dog or other domestic animal, our experienced attorneys can help you recover damages for pain and suffering, medical expenses, and lost wages.

If you have suffered a premises liability type injury, the attorneys at Mullins Law Firm, PSC are ready to put their experience to work for you in maximizing your legal compensation for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages and other possible damages.

If you have suffered a premises liability type injury contact the Mullins Law Firm, PSC for your free consultation. And remember, there are no up-front-costs, the Mullins Law Firm, PSC works on a contingency fee basis, meaning they don’t get paid unless you do.