Kentucky Slip and Fall Accident Lawyer
Property owners and managers have a legal responsibility to offer reasonable measures of safety for their patrons and visitors. A premises liability accident, often referred to as a slip and fall or trip and fall accident, doesn't necessarily mean that the property owner is liable for damages. If the property management acted in a responsible way to remove a hazard or adequately warn the public of the danger, the courts will generally side with the property owner. On the other hand, if a property manager disregarded a hazard, or failed to take reasonable precautions to prevent a possible injury, valid grounds may be present to recover a significant settlement or verdict through a successful premises liability lawsuit.
Free consultation about your premises liability injury case
No attorneys' fees unless you recover money for your personal injury claim
If you have been injured while shopping, doing business, or visiting someone else's property, ask yourself whether the accident could have been prevented if reasonable safety precautions were in place. If your injury is serious and you are confident that your accident was the result of negligence on the part of the property owner or manager, the personal injury law firm of Charles E. Moore, Kentucky Injury Attorney, in Owensboro, Kentucky, can help. We focus entirely on personal injury and wrongful death litigation, including effective and responsible representation for premises liability injuries. Contact us to schedule a free consultation.
We can help you fight to recover money damages for premises liability injuries and wrongful death claims resulting from:
- Retail store accidents
- Parking lot pedestrian accidents
- Swimming pool accidents
- Negligent security, assault
- Dog bites
- Construction site accidents
- Elevator and escalator accidents
If you are an attorney looking for an experienced personal injury lawyer for your client, please call us at 270-683-4513 or 800-467-3407 to discuss a referral arrangement.
Contact us as soon as possible after your premises liability accident.