Kentucky Attractive Nuisance Law

Kentucky’s Attractive Nuisance Law

As spring and summer near, people begin spending more time outdoors. Nice weather will attract children outdoors for play and exploration. This even includes children of tender ages. Sometimes, however, a child of a tender age may make their way onto your property. Sometimes they may do so because they are attracted to an object or condition. This “exploration” may sometimes prove dangerous, or even fatal, to the mischievous child. For instance, a tragic event recently happened in Laurel [...]

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Kentucky Premises Liability Lawyer

Premises Liability in Kentucky

During the winter months, millions of people flock to stores to spend their hard earned money. This is a very promising time of the year for business owners. Yet, with more and more customers in a store, there is an increased risk of injury to a customer. Therefore, if you are a business owner in Kentucky, it is important that you know and understand Kentucky’s premises liability law to best protect yourself from a lawsuit. This post will delve into this concept. Kentucky’s Premises [...]

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Kentucky Snow and Ice Slip and Fall Lawyer

Preventing Slip and Falls in Ice and Snow

The winter months are among us in Kentucky. A typical Kentucky winter is accompanied with episodes of snow and ice. Albeit pretty, the conditions can be dangerous. Snow and ice can cause various types of accidents. In specific, these conditions tend to cause slip and falls. Not only do these accidents occur outside, but they also can occur indoors as people’s shoes drag in snow and ice. Slip and falls are a leading cause of injury in Kentucky. They can lead to fractures and long lasting [...]

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Kentucky Pure Comparative Negligence

Pure Comparative Fault in Kentucky

Have you recently been in a car accident here in Kentucky? Are you afraid that you are not entitled to damages because you were partially at fault? This would be true in some states, namely: North Carolina, Alabama, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. In these states, even if the injured party (“Plaintiff”) was one percent at fault, he will most likely not be entitled to any damages! Nevertheless, and thankfully, this is not the law in Kentucky. Here in Kentucky, your degree of [...]

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