Experienced In Dog Bites And Premises Liability

Generally, when you are on another person's property, they are expected to not expose you to any dangers. Injuries resulting from animal bites, slip-and-fall accidents and other forms of negligence on the property could make them liable for your medical treatment and more.

At my firm, Scott T. Roby Law Office P.S.C., my goal is to make little problems disappear while preventing the major problems from ruining your life. If you are injured on someone else's property due to their own negligence, I work to hold them accountable.

Kentucky Has Strict Liability For Dog Bites

When a dog bites someone in the state of Kentucky, the dog owner is liable to pay for all of that person's injuries. While some states have exceptions if the dog has never exhibited signs of aggression in the past, Kentucky has no such provisions — the owner is nearly always responsible the injuries their dog causes.

If you, your child or another loved one has been injured by a dog or another animal, contact my firm in Louisville to discuss your options. I work personally with every client and thoroughly investigate every case to ensure you receive full and fair compensation for your injuries.

Serious Representation For Serious Slip-And-Fall Injuries

Some people think that slip-and-fall injuries are minor accidents that result in cuts and bruises. However, these incidents can lead to catastrophic injuries such as broken bones and permanent disability — even wrongful death. A personal injury attorney can be invaluable to your slip-and-fall injury, no matter how serious it is. By gathering the necessary evidence and medical records, I work to ensure you don't pay for the injuries you sustain on someone else's property.

See why so many people around Louisville trust Scott T. Roby as their personal injury lawyer. Call my office at 502-540-1213 to schedule your first consultation, or send me an email to get started.