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Premises Liability

Louisville Premises Liability Lawyer

Our Kentucky Trial Attorneys Are Prepared for Litigation

Premises liability laws are designed to protect those who have been injured on another party’s property. At Justice Injury Law, we are dedicated to protecting Kentuckians injured by the negligence of others. We have extensive experience and work tirelessly to achieve results for our clients. If you were hurt on another person’s property, we are prepared to help you recover compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of earning capacity and other damages.

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We are committed to achieving the best possible outcome – we want you to succeed.

We deliver our services at a great price. We want to bring the best value to our clients.

We make communication a priority; we want the process to be clear and simple.

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Premises Liability Laws in Kentucky

In the state of Kentucky, premises liability laws require the following five factors to be in place for a valid premises liability:

  • The plaintiff must prove that the landowner owned him / her a duty of protection
  • The plaintiff must prove that the landowner breached this duty
  • The plaintiff must prove that the breach of duty directly caused the plaintiff’s injury
  • The plaintiff must prove that the breach of duty leading to injury was foreseeable
  • The plaintiff must demonstrate and prove the reality of his / her damages and injuries

Why Choose the Justice Law Office?

Our Louisville personal injury lawyer has a reputation for tough negotiation—and it’s a reputation we intend to maintain. We treat every difficult case that comes through our door as if it was headed for trial. This means we take every precaution necessary to build a strong case. When a client comes to the Justice Injury Law, they should feel confident that our Louisville personal injury lawyer is firmly in control of their claim. We put your interest first and zealously pursue your claim. We believe in the claims we take on, and we believe that the attorney-client relationship should be a partnership. We work closely with you every step of the way.

Contact the Justice Law Office at 502-584-5455 FOR A FREE CONSULTATION

At the Justice Injury Law, we get to help hardworking and good people get back on their feet. We understand that you are facing a tough scenario. Our goal is to support you at this time.

For more information, contact the Justice Injury Law at 502-584-5455  to receive a free case evaluation. We look forward to serving you and achieving the results you deserve.

Am I Entitled to Recovery for Damages?

You may be eligible to receive compensation for your damages if you were hurt on another person’s property because they were negligent in some way.

Common types of public areas where people may get injured include:

  • Government buildings
  • Office buildings
  • Restaurants / diners / bars
  • Apartment buildings
  • Retail stores
  • Grocery store

Injuries may be caused by:

  • Slippery floors, such as due to a spill
  • Missing or broken steps
  • Missing or broken railings
  • Loose roofing materials, including shingles and tiles
  • Dog bites
  • Insufficient security leading to assault, rape, or other violent crimes
  • Poorly lit areas

Our Victories

Millions recovered for our clients.

Hear it from our clients

Justice Law Office allowed me to be able to concentrate on my injuries and not have to deal with the legal stress. Thanks again Mr. Justice and the Justice Law Office.

Justice Law Office allowed me to be able to concentrate on my injuries and not have to deal with the legal stress. Thanks again Mr. Justice and the Justice Law Office.

Kevin

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Call our firm at 502-584-5455 or fill out the form to request your free case evaluation.

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