In Kentucky there is a distinction as to your status on someone's property.You can be a business invitee. Example you slip and fall on a wet surface at a store where you are an invited customer. You are an invitee and the property owner owes you a duty of reasonable care to prevent your injuries. If you are a social guest in someone's home then you are a licensee, and the landowner owes you a duty of care. If you are in a place uninvited, then you are a mere trespasser. In all of the above situations you may be able to recover money for your injuries if there was negligence or willful disregard for you safety. You should keep in mind the statute of limitations in such cases. Make photos of your injuries and the premises where the injury took place. Contact a lawyer right away.
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