Injuries On Dangerous Property
Property owners and building managers have a legal duty to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition. That duty includes keeping the premises free of defects and hazards that could harm people.
As part of this process, regular inspections need to be conducted, repairs need to be made and warning signs posted about known hazards. When property owners and business managers fail to take such steps, they put innocent people in danger of serious injury and even death.
Laws exist to protect people from negligent behavior by property owners. This subset of personal injury law is known as “premises liability.” These laws address a property owner’s legal responsibility to take reasonable care to address any injury risks on his or her property.
If you or someone you love has been injured on someone else’s property, you may have a premises liability case against the owner or manager. That’s why it’s vital you contact a skilled premises liability lawyer who can fight for your rights. In Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana, the Louisville premises liability law attorneys Mat A. Slechter and Meredith Kirklin Slechter have a renowned reputation for their work on such complicated cases.
Experienced And Attentive To Your Individual Needs
Serving injury victims in Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana, the Slechter Law Firm understands how to thoroughly investigate potential premises liability cases. We routinely review police reports, medical records, interview witnesses and inspect the scene of such accidents. Crucial details that someone else might overlook could become key evidence in a premises liability case. We leave no stone unturned.
Some of the more common types of premises liability cases include:
- Slip and Falls
- Elevator / Escalator Injuries
- Negligent Security
- Porch Collapse
- Dog Bites
- Stair Collapse
- Toxic Molds
- Lead Paint Exposure
- Mercury Poisoning
- Pesticide Exposure
- Swimming Pool Injuries
Serious incidents demand serious attention. Don’t leave your future to chance. Seek justice. Contact a Louisville premises liability lawyer who can get you the compensation you rightfully deserve. You may be eligible to recover financial compensation for medical bills, lost income, recovery expenses and pain and suffering.
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