Sustaining injuries from a slip-and-fall accident is an undesirable experience. If you’ve recently been injured on someone else’s property, you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim. Continue reading or contact a Pike County, KY premises liability lawyer from our legal team today to learn more about your options.


In order to win your premises liability case, you’ll need to prove in court that the property owner’s negligence directly led to the accident that caused your injuries. In other words, the accident should have been caused by the property owner’s failure to maintain a safe property. The court defines negligence as when someone fails their civic duty to behave in a way that minimizes harm to others.


To win a premises liability claim, you’ll need to follow the proper steps in proving that the property owner’s negligence is responsible for your injuries. These elements are necessary:

  • Duty – The property owner had a civic duty to keep their property safe for others.
  • Breach – The property owner failed their duty of maintaining a safe property.
  • Causation – Because of this breach, an accident occurred, injuring a victim.
  • Damages – The victim suffered as a result of the property owner’s failure to maintain a safe property.

After being injured on another person’s property, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney to help you build your case. Your attorney can gather the evidence you need such as surveillance footage of the accident, witness testimonies, photos of the hazard that caused your accident, hospital records indicating the extent of your injuries, and other important information. You may be eligible for compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.

Have you recently sustained an injury due to a property owner’s negligence? Are you looking for an effective premises liability attorney who has your best interests in mind? Look no further because Shane Hall, Attorney at Law PLLC is here to fight for you! Contact our firm today for an initial consultation.