When property owners and managers don’t make the effort to address known hazards and protect you, severe accidents can occur. When these accidents cause injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills and many other expenses.
You should not have to pay for someone else’s negligence. The experienced Kentucky premises liability attorneys at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer are here to fight for you. We give you the Kentucky Courage to stand up to businesses and insurance companies and demand the money you need to heal from your injuries.
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What is Premises Liability?
Premises liability laws cover injuries that happen on someone else’s property and are caused by some kind of unsafe condition. The injured party can typically file for compensation if the property owner, manager, or another responsible party was negligent and failed to prevent or correct the danger. Premises liability covers injuries at all types of locations, including stores, restaurants, apartment complexes, offices, public buildings, hotels, stadiums, job sites, retirement homes, and private residences.
How Can a Kentucky Premises Liability Lawyer Help?
If you’ve been injured and think the property owner was to blame, it’s vital to hire a skilled Kentucky premises liability attorney as soon as possible. These types of cases can be hard to prove without someone on your side who is well-versed in premises liability law and knows how to fight and win in the court system.
At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, our attorneys manage every aspect of your personal injury claim so you can focus on your health.
You can trust our skilled team to:
- Review your case and help you understand your legal options in a free, no obligation consultation
- Answer all your questions and always be available to talk when you need us
- Investigate your accident to determine who was liable and all possible sources of compensation, including workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability benefits
- Collect every bit of evidence needed to prove your case, such as medical records, expert opinions, and witness testimonies
- Negotiate with the liable party’s insurance agents or lawyers for a fair settlement
- Represent you in court if the insurance company won’t agree to fair compensation and a trial is needed to demand the money you deserve
Do not wait any longer to get the legal advice you need. Contact us now for your free consultation.