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We often take signs for granted. Messages such as “wet floor,” “high voltage,” “blind entrance” and “emergency exit” are commonplace in buildings that we enter every day, including our places of employment and retail establishments.

What happens when there is improper signage or no signs at all? The results can be tragic for unsuspecting workers who are left injured and unable to provide for their families.

We Make Sure Your Rights Are Protected

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to improper signage, you have rights. You can rely on the attorneys of Hargadon, Lenihan & Herrington to identify those rights, protect those rights, and pursue an outcome that makes sure you and your family have the resources you need to cover medical treatment and lost wages.

Who Is At Fault?

Property owners are responsible for maintaining safe premises, and this includes providing signage to warn of hazards. This covers anything from a wide load sign on a tractor-trailer to a residential homeowner displaying a “beware of dog” sign. When property owners fail in this responsibility, they, and their insurers, are responsible for the damage that ensues.

Construction companies and government entities that manage roads can also be liable when there is improper signage leading to a construction zone accident. If you were injured out on the road, you could have a claim against a negligent driver and a claim involving the improper or lack of signage.

How We Help

We will focus on thoroughly investigating the circumstances of your injury and determine all available sources of coverage. If you are injured on the job, this will most likely include workers’ compensation. In some cases, we are able to pursue a workers’ comp claim while simultaneously pursuing a personal injury claim against a third party, e.g., a party who was negligent in providing signage or an at-fault driver.

What Do You Need To Do?

You do not have to go through the process of determining who is at fault and what compensation is available to you. That is our job, and we’ll make sure you have the resources you need to recover from your injuries.

Contact us today for a FREE, no-obligation consultation with a lawyer. We are located in Louisville, Kentucky, and have been serving the interests of the injured since 1925.

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Hargadon, Lenihan & Herrington, PLLC

713 W Main St
Louisville, KY 40202
Telephone: (502) 583-9701
Toll-Free: (866) 583-9701
Fax: 502-589-1144
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