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Surgeon in Glasgow, Kentucky Accused of Medical Malpractice

John Parker and Tricia Le Meur successfully defended a local surgeon in Glasgow, Kentucky who was accused of medical malpractice by a former patient who had undergone laparoscopic cholecystectomy (surgical removal of the gallbladder). The right hepatic duct had been inadvertently clipped during surgery, which was not discovered until 12 months after the surgery and […]

Case of Alleged Mold Exposure in Public Housing Apartment

John Parker and Nicholas Hart successfully defended a governmental housing authority in Louisville, Kentucky against claims that a resident suffered severe physical injury after years of alleged mold exposure in her public housing apartment. Plaintiff claimed that despite complaining of mold in her apartment for over 7 years, the housing authority failed to properly remediate […]

Trucking Company Accused of Causing a Multi-Truck Accident

Nicholas Hart successfully defended a trucking company in Dixon, Kentucky (Webster County) which was accused of causing a multi-truck accident on the Pennyrile Parkway, resulting in multiple personal injuries and significant property damage. Mr. Hart successfully proved that his client was not at fault, obtaining a unanimous verdict. Mr. Hart also recovered 100% of the […]

Medical Malpractice Case Against a Podiatric Physician

John Parker and Nicholas Hart successfully defended a medical malpractice case against a podiatric physician. The Plaintiff claimed that the physician failed to timely and appropriately address a surgical complication with a return to surgery resulting in multiple surgeries and loss of the plaintiff’s extensor tendon. Plaintiff, age 40, is now limited in her ability […]

Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death Action

John Phillips and Katie Watts, assisted by summer associate Sarah Lawson, successfully defended a neurosurgeon in a medical malpractice wrongful death action. The Plaintiff claimed that the neurosurgeon failed to see the 23-year-old patient in a timely fashion upon the patient’s transfer from an outside facility and failed to order proper radiology studies, resulting in […]

Trucking Liability Case

Bill Orberson, of the Louisville office, and Jane Higgins, of the Lexington office, successfully defended a trucking liability case before the Hardin County Circuit Court. The subject accident occurred on I-65, after the co-defendant swerved into our client’s lane and was struck in the rear by our client’s truck. The co-defendant then struck the Plaintiff, […]

Motor Vehicle Accident Case Against Meat Delivery Company and Driver

Joe Effinger and Matt Piekarski successfully defended a motor vehicle accident case brought by a husband and wife against a meat delivery company and their truck driver, which was tried on damages only.The Plaintiffs were rear-ended by the meat delivery truck while stopped at a red light. Following the accident, the Plaintiffs called a medical/legal […]

Medical Malpractice Case Against a Chiropractic Doctor

John Parker and Nicholas Hart successfully defended a medical malpractice case against a chiropractic doctor. The Plaintiff claimed that the chiropractor failed to perform proper diagnostic testing prior to initiating treatment, failed to obtain adequate informed consent, and that the chiropractor used excessive force during chiropractic manipulation resulting in a stroke following a dissection of […]

Medical Malpractice Action Against a Dialysis Facility

Tricia Le Meur and Nicholas Hart successfully defended a medical malpractice action against a dialysis facility. Plaintiff claimed that the dialysis nurses/staff failed to adequately supervise the patient causing the patient to fall and break his hip. The patient died two months later from complications allegedly related to his broken hip. As a result of […]

Medical Malpractice Action Against a Radiologist in Danville, Kentucky

Tricia Le Meur and Nicholas Hart successfully defended a medical malpractice action against a radiologist in Danville, Kentucky. Plaintiff claimed that the radiologist failed to identify an acute knee fracture following a skateboarding fall. Plaintiff ultimately required surgery to correct his knee issues. After four days of evidence, a Boyle County, Kentucky jury returned a […]