What constitutes “premises liability” under Kentucky law?

Premises liability under Kentucky law is the determination of who is responsible for an injury on a piece of property. Normally this is a business or house. It can be a festival, parking lot, or hospital as well. Premises liability exists when a landlord fails to take proper care of land and it results in harm.

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