Many Kentucky residents enjoy attending football games. Although many know about injuries that football players can face, those who are attending the games also face risks. There are several injuries a person can face when they attend a sporting event.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it brings an influx of shoppers to Kentucky stores. With more people in stores, business owners need to be aware of the risks that can be present in their stores. Shoppers don't expect they will suffer an unexpected injury while out and about, but unfortunately, not all property owners are diligent about upkeep and safety. When a person is injured unexpectedly, there are elements that need to be present in order to bring a premises liability case.
Frankfort area seniors understand the importance of not falling. Falling is one of the leading causes of injuries seniors can face, and often it results in serious injuries. Older people are usually more fragile, and recovering from a fall can take much longer. If a senior falls in a public place, it could be as a result of negligence on the part of the property owner.
Every day, people are out and about in Frankfort and across Kentucky. They need to go to places to buy groceries, do banking, shopping and more. Most of the time, they are able to do it safely, but occasionally they slip and fall, which could lead to a premises liability case. If a person slips and falls, there are certain things they should do.
Many families in Kentucky enjoy vacations in the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge area. They spend time in nature and exploring the area and the many activities that are offered. One of those activities is ziplining, but unfortunately it has reportedly made many of the customers sick this summer.
During the summer months, many Frankfort area residents visit pools. They are a refreshing way to spend hot Kentucky days. But, if a pool accident occurs at a public pool, who is liable for the accident?