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McMurry & Associates

1201 Story Ave
Suite 301
Louisville, Kentucky 40206

Phone: 502-326-9000

Toll Free: 888-983-6613

Fax: 502-326-9001







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William F. McMurry Attorney at Law

Louisville Medical Malpractice Attourney William F. McMurry is the only Kentucky lawyer Board Certified as a medical malpractice and legal malpractice trial specialist by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA).William F. McMurry is also civil trial Board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) and has been practicing law in Kentucky for 35 years. William F. McMurry is also Martindale & Hubble peer review rated for ethical standards and legal ability. This level of specialization can increase jury awards as well as out-of-court settlements. William F. McMurry welcomes the opportunity to work for you.

While Kentucky does not certify specialists in any field of practice, William F. McMurry has the credentials allowing him to be identified as a “specialist” under the rules of the Kentucky Bar Association in the fields of medical malpractice and legal malpractice. Mr. McMurry also concentrates his practice in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death litigation, and insurance bad faith lawsuits.

 

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  • Suzuki Motorcycle Brake Recall Lawsuit

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    What problem is the defect causing?

    The defect in the front brake master cylinder may cause a “spongy” feel to the brake and cause a loss of your ability to stop your motorcycle. Suzuki describes the problems in its recall notice as:

    “After a long-term service life of the motorcycle without changing the brake fluid, the brake fluid can deteriorate and absorb moisture. The brake piston inside the front brake master cylinder of some motorcycles may not have uniform surface treatment. This combination of conditions can lead to corrosion of the brake piston. Corrosion of the brake piston generates gas, which may not be ... Read More

  • McMurry Obtains $326,260.41 in Automobile Crash Verdict

    Deckard vs Allstate Insurance Co. and Nationwide Ins Co.
    Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky

    JURY VERDICT

    Past Medical Expenses: $30,200.25
    Past Lost Wages: $11,060.16
    Future Medical Expenses: $40,000.00
    Impairment of the power to labor and earn into the future: $125,000.00
    Mental and Physical Pain and Suffering from accident date to trial: $80,000.00
    Mental and Physical Pain and Suffering into the future: $40,000.00

    TOTAL: $326,260.41

    Brandon Deckard was 23 years old when he was driving his grandmother’s car to take her to get new tires when their car was T-boned by a motorist who ran a red light, causing him to suffer a fractured (broken) femur, just below the femoral head. Due to his age Brandon ... Read More

  • McMurry Interviewed concerning bus crash victims

    Video | News | Weather | Sports

    Mon Nov 04 13:18:20 PST 2013

    LMPD report: Bus tires in I-64 crash 11-years-old, compromised

    The tire that failed moments before a charter school bus crashed on I-64 in June was 11-years-old and shows signs of prior use which compromised its soundness, analysts say in the Louisville Metro Police investigation reviewed by WHAS11 News. view full article

    William F. McMurry is interviewed concerning his clients that were involved in a serious school bus crash while on an outing. Experts have now found that the school bus tires were 11 years old. McMurry’s clients suffered a broken back, broken arm and a brain injury due to the failure of these tires.

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  • Family sues over alleged sexual abuse by adopted sons

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    USA Today covers one of McMurry’s current cases in which a Kentucky woman is seeking damages from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Beverly Hilger on behalf of her daughter Ashley, now 17, and seeks damages from two Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services workers who handled the adoption and their former supervisor.beverly

    The lawsuit alleges two of the plaintiffs — social-service workers Desiree Rhodes and William Hardin, based in Jefferson County — failed to abide by legal requirements that they disclose pertinent information to parents so they can make an ... Read More

  • Community reflects on McMurry’s courageous legal work

    usatoday_smUSA Today looks back on the historic case in which William F. McMurry, lead attorney in the 2003 sexual-abuse case with the Archdiocese of Louisville, won a $25.7 million dollar settlement. 

    Read the full article and watch the video interview here 

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  • McMurry Named The Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Out-of-State Service Award for 2014

    98,000 members of the Florida Bar salute McMurry with the Pro-bono Service Award for 2014

    “The time and professional expertise you (Willam F. McMurry) have contributed in making legal represenatation available to those otherwise unable to afford it serve as an example of our profession at its best. It is my sincere hope that others in the legal field will follow your outstanding example.“

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    READ THE LETTER FROM THE FLORIDA BAR PRESIDENT

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  • Paducah Workers Sue Firms for Radiation Exposure

    BRANDENBURG, Ky. — The leader of the Kentucky-based Imperial Klans of America and a former Klansman must pay $2.5million in damages for the beating of a minority teenager at a county fair that left him with permanent injuries, a Meade County jury ruled late last night.Morris Dees of the The Southern Poverty Law Center working in conjunction with Willaim F. McMurry and Steven R. Crebessa as co-counsel represented Jordan Gruver, 19 in this suit against the Imperial Klans of America (IKA) and four Klansmen. Dees & McMurry argued that Ron Edwards, the Klan group’s Imperial Wizard, recklessly bred an atmosphere of hate and violence and was liable for Gruver’s July ... Read More

  • 1961 Paducah tests indicated neptunium exposure

    BRANDENBURG, Ky. — The leader of the Kentucky-based Imperial Klans of America and a former Klansman must pay $2.5million in damages for the beating of a minority teenager at a county fair that left him with permanent injuries, a Meade County jury ruled late last night.Morris Dees of the The Southern Poverty Law Center working in conjunction with Willaim F. McMurry and Steven R. Crebessa as co-counsel represented Jordan Gruver, 19 in this suit against the Imperial Klans of America (IKA) and four Klansmen. Dees & McMurry argued that Ron Edwards, the Klan group’s Imperial Wizard, recklessly bred an atmosphere of hate and violence and was liable for Gruver’s July ... Read More

  • Settlement opens door for $16 million in refunds to seniors

    Suit over annuities sold to seniors is settled


    July 18, 2008

    A class-action lawsuit settled yesterday in Jefferson Circuit Court allows as many as 24,000 seniors across the country who have purchased annuities from American Equity Investment Life Insurance Co. to make claims for refunds totaling more than $16 million.

    Louisville attorney William McMurry said the settlement, which includes about 1,200 plaintiffs in Kentucky, is the first nation wide class-action lawsuit settled in a Kentucky circuit court.

    As part of the settlement, Iowa-based American Equity also agreed to pay $2.6 million in fees to McMurry and two other Louisville attorneys, Mark Gray and ... Read More

  • U.S. partially backs Vatican in abuse suit

    Holy See can only be sued as nation

    by Peter Smith
    the Courier-Journal

    The U.S. government has taken the Vatican’s side — at least in part — in a Louisville priest-abuse lawsuit seeking class-action damages from the Roman Catholic headquarters.

    Lawyers for the U.S. State and Justice departments argued in a friend-of-the-court brief that the Vatican can only be sued as a foreign state — a status that grants it broad protections from lawsuits — and not as a private religious organization.

    The U.S. government brief defends the constitutionality of the law that sets limits on when foreign governments can be sued, and the right of the president alone, and not the court ... Read More

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Choosing a personal injury attorneyIn this short video, William F. McMurry offers critical questions you should ask when making one of life’s most important decisions.

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