Protecting The Rights Of The Injured

Premises Liability Attorneys

When a person is injured on another person’s property, premises liability law is used to determine whether the property owner or other parties are responsible. If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous or defective condition, you might have a premises liability claim against the property owner that created or allowed the dangerous condition to exist. If you slip, trip, or fall while on the property of another, you may have a potential premises liability claim. The attorneys at The Greene Law Firm have handled a large number of slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall injury cases. In many instances, our attorneys have been able to determine why the structural deficiency or dangerous condition led to the specific injuries suffered by the victim.

Examples of premises liability claims and causes include:

  • Slip and falls
  • Trip and falls
  • Inadequate security
  • Construction defects
  • Falls from balconies, porches or other commercial buildings
  • Open excavations resulting in injuries
  • Uneven pavement leading to trip-and-falls
  • Standing water
  • Crumbling curbs
  • Wet floors, slippery floors, or food left on floors, creating a dangerous surface
  • Uncleared snow and ice, creating dangerous and slippery walks
  • Falling objects
  • Insufficient lighting
  • Concealed holes
  • Improperly secured mats
  • Defective chairs, benches, tables
  • Defective stairs, ramps, rails, balconies, or other issues
  • Trip and fall hazards in commercial properties

The Greene Law Firm knows how to investigate premises liability cases. This includes aggressively seeking pertinent documents, compassionately explaining the legal process to clients, working tirelessly to hold the property owner or at-fault party responsible, and ultimately, if necessary, presenting the case to a jury. Taking legal action will not only hold the property owners or at-fault parties responsible for their actions, but it may improve conditions and prevent future injuries to unsuspecting people. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury related to a dangerous or defective property condition, please contact our firm.

Louisville, Kentucky, Slip-And-Fall Attorneys

Slip and fall cases arise when someone suffers an injury as a result of slipping and falling as a result of a dangerous condition that existed because the property owner was negligent in creating the dangerous condition, preventing the condition, or failing to correct the dangerous condition. Slip-and-fall cases can be challenging cases because the injured person often does not have important information regarding the condition that caused their injury. For example, the injured party may not know what caused their injury, whether the property owner or manager knew of the dangerous condition, how long the condition has been allowed to exist, and whether the property owner or manager did anything to warn the injured victim of the dangerous or hazardous condition. The Greene Law Firm will fight for you and your loved one to ensure that they are fairly compensated for the injuries they have sustained.

Louisville, Kentucky, Trip-And-Fall Attorneys

Trip-and-fall cases typically occurred when someone trips over something that was not meant to be located in aisles or other areas meant for foot traffic. For example, if you have tripped over an uneven or unsafe surface, you may have suffered a trip-and-fall injury and be entitled to compensation. Similar to slip-and-fall cases, the injured party may not initially know why the dangerous and hazardous item was allowed to be placed or protrude into the walking area. The Greene Law Firm will fight for you to get the answers you deserve and fair compensation for the injuries you have suffered.

Free Consultation In Premises Liability Claims

If you or a loved one has been injured in a premises liability case, slip-and-fall case or trip-and-fall case, please contact our Louisville, Kentucky, office today to discuss your case. Call 502-430-0467 or reach out online. We offer a free initial consultation, including home or hospital visits for the severely injured.