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Premises Liability

The owner of a piece of property has the responsibility to make sure that it is safe. If someone is injured because the property owner has failed to properly maintain or secure the property, the owner can be held responsible for the injuries.

The owner of a swimming pool, for instance, must make sure that the pool is properly secured to prevent children from accessing it without the supervision of an adult. A business owner must make sure that adequate security is present on the premises to protect customers from danger. Dangerous areas, such as slippery floors, must be clearly marked as such. If a property owner fails to do these things, that person can be considered negligent and therefore legally liable for the consequences.

Louisville, Kentucky personal injury attorney Wes Faulkner can help you if you were injured as a result of a property owner’s negligence. Contact our law firm today.

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