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Kentucky Slip and Fall Attorneys

Kentucky Slip and Fall Accident Injury Lawyers Seeking Compensation For Victims

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Premise Liability is commonly referred to as a "slip and fall" or "trip and fall." Hazardous and unsafe property conditions result in thousands of serious injuries every year. Property owners have a responsibility to keep their premises safe and properly maintained. If you were injured on someone else's property, whether public or private, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical bills, and other expenses.  At Mory & Colliersmith, our Louisville slip and fall accident attorneys have vast experience helping injured victims secure the compensation they are entitled to.


Contact Kentucky's experienced premise liability attorneys at Mory & Colliersmith, PLLC. Trust in a law firm with proven results. Contact us today for a 100% FREE case evaluation.

Common Causes of Slips and Falls

Some of the common reasons people experience slip and fall injuries include but not limited to:

  1. Holes in the floor

  2. Ripped carpeting or flooring

  3. Wet, slippery, and cluttered surfaces

  4. Improperly marked safety signage

  5. Unprotected edges of flooring, decks, etc. 

Common types of Slip and Fall Injuries

Slip and fall accidents can lead to devastating injuries, and it is not uncommon for our attorneys to help clients who have sustained the following:

  • Open head wounds

  • Traumatic brain injuries or concussions

  • Whiplash injuries

  • Severe lacerations or puncture wounds

  • Broken and dislocated bones

  • Serious soft tissue and bone bruises

A bad fall can be fatal for a victim. Our lawyers have the ability to handle any type of injury claim from a slip and fall accident, as well as a wrongful death lawsuit in Kentucky for the loss of your loved one.

Contact the Experienced Attorneys at Mory & Colliersmith

Call Mory & Colliersmith right now at (502) 212-4333 to discuss your case and get the help you deserve.

  • Medical expenses: This includes both your current medical expenses and the medical expenses you expect to incur in the future.

  • Lost wages: If you had to take time off of work to recover, you could receive compensation for your lost wages.

  • Loss of earning potential: If your injuries will affect your ability to work in the future, you may be awarded compensation for the income you will lose due to your injuries.

  • Pain and suffering: Personal injury plaintiffs are often awarded compensation for the mental and physical pain and suffering they have experienced as a result of their injuries.

Don’t trust the at-fault party’s insurer to accurately calculate the value of your claim. Insurers all have the same goal: to settle with you for as little as possible. Because of this, they will not tell you how much your claim is really worth. If you want to learn more about the value of your claim, talk to our personal injury attorneys today.

What Practice Areas Does Mory & Colliersmith, Personal Injury Attorneys Practice?  

Our Personal Injury Attorneys will fight for you in the following personal injury areas:

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