Holding The Owners Of Dangerous Properties Accountable
Property owners and businesses have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition for their customers and visitors. Slips, trips and falls caused by hazardous conditions existing on another’s property often result in severe injuries, especially broken bones. It is important to contact an attorney specializing in premises liability and slip-and-fall cases quickly after an accident, as the scene is subject to change due to repairs, weather or cleaning.
At Hay & Knight, PLLC, our father-daughter team of attorneys helps Somerset-area residents and anyone throughout Kentucky who have suffered accidents. We are experienced in investigating these cases and will act quickly to preserve evidence, locate witnesses, and prepare your case.
We handle all types of premises liability claims, including those involving:
- Defects on the premises
- Slipping hazards
- Tripping hazards
- Falling hazards
- Water hazards
- Ice hazards
- Cable and electrical hazards (electrical lines, cable road closures)
- Unmaintained premises
- Parking lot and sidewalk hazards
- Hazardous substances
The personal injury attorneys at the Hay & Knight, PLLC, have been handling premises liability and slip-and-fall cases since the establishment of our firm in 1981. We have obtained many successful settlements and verdicts in premises liability and other cases, including many jury verdicts in excess of $1 million, and we can help you.
What To Know About Slip-And-Fall Injuries
Slip-and-falls are some of the most common forms of premises liability accidents. Many people underestimate the severity of the injuries that can result from slip-and-falls. These injuries can include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Bone fractures
- Neck and spinal cord injuries
- Permanent or partial paralysis
If you slip and fall on someone else’s property, you should seek medical treatment immediately. If you can, document the scene of the accident by taking photos. Do not speak to any insurance company representatives; instead, contact a local attorney.
Get Representation From Our Local Team
If you suffered an injury on someone else’s premises, contact Hay & Knight, PLLC, for legal help. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you will not owe us any money unless we recover compensation for you. You can send an email to Hay & Knight, PLLC, now for a free confidential consultation. You can also call us at 606-263-1695.