Premises liability cases can run the gamut from a simple slip and fall to inadequate security. A recent Kentucky Supreme Court decision altered the strategic defenses for a premise liability lawsuit. In Shelton v. Kentucky Easter Seals Society, Inc., 413 S.W.3d 901 (Ky. 2013), the Court modified the open and obvious doctrine, and practitioners are still assessing how best to handle premise liability cases in light of the change. Business invitees making premise liability claims now have a higher likelihood of making it to trial, as the question of whether a hazard was open and obvious is left for the jury.
The attorneys at O'Hara, Taylor, Sloan & Cassidy have the experience you need to help you properly evaluate litigation and settlement strategies in order to get the best cost-effective result. Contact our office by phone or e-mail to schedule your initial consultation and learn more about how our attorneys can help.