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Holding Business Owners Liable

Whether you are at work or are visiting property as a guest in Kentucky, you depend on the property owner to ensure that the premises are safe. Property owners are required to maintain their premises and post signs of slip-and-fall hazards. When they do not fulfill their responsibilities, serious accidents can occur.

Fighting for just compensation can seem an uphill battle when you are waging it alone. At-fault property owners and their insurance companies vigorously fight premises liability claims to limit their financial obligations and limit the opportunity for future litigation.

You can count on the Goode Law Office, PLLC, to champion your case. Our legal team has served Fayette County personal injury victims for over a decade. Led by a skilled lawyer, Chris Goode, we tailor our representation according to the unique circumstances of your case. We have secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

Work With A Recognized Leader In Slip-And-Fall Cases

Attorney Goode gets results in premises liability cases because he has substantial trial experience and has a vast knowledge of personal injury laws. He works with accident reconstruction experts and structural engineers to establish compelling arguments in court.

He has successfully advocated for clients who have been hurt due to negligent maintenance of:

  • Parking lot surfaces and lighting
  • Stairways and handrails
  • Curbs and sidewalks
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Floor tiles and carpets

In a landmark premises liability case, Attorney Goode represented a paramedic client who was severely injured while wheeling her patient toward the emergency room. As a result of Chris Goode’s detailed representation, his client received fair compensation for her career-ending injuries. In addition, Mr. Goode was responsible for obtaining a change in the law that requires owners to fix open and obvious hazards before an accident occurs.

Whether your injuries are severe or slight, it is in your best interest to work with a proven attorney.

Do You Think That You Have A Case? Consult With Us Today.

From a sidewalk injury to various types of animal attacks, we assist clients with a range of premises liability claims. Schedule your no-obligation, private consultation with us today.

Reach our Lexington office at 859-469-4770 or by filling out our contact form.

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