William F. McMurry & Associates

Legal Malpractice . Automobile Accident Injury . Medical Malpractice

624 West Main Street, Ste 600 Louisville, Kentucky 40202

The only lawyer Board Certified as a medical malpractice and legal malpractice trial specialist by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys in Kentucky, Florida and North Carolina.

Your Justice Is Our Priority

William F. McMurry has been practicing law in Kentucky for 40 years. He is the only  lawyer Board Certified as a legal malpractice and medical malpractice trial specialist in Kentucky, as well as North Carolina and Florida. Mr. McMurry is certified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys.
This level of legal expertise can increase the amount of the money you receive in settlement of your case. William “Bill” McMurry welcomes the opportunity to work for you.

Can You Sue a Lawyer?

The laws governing legal malpractice claims against lawyers are complex and constantly evolving. In finding a lawyer to prosecute your legal malpractice claim, you want someone who understands the law and the issues involved in legal malpractice; including the ethical rules governing lawyers’ conduct since such claims often arise from alleged violations of those rules. William McMurry is the only Board Certified Legal Malpractice Specialist in Kentucky, North Carolina and Florida.

Primary Practice Areas

Legal Malpractice

A lawyer commits malpractice when he or she fails to provide quality legal services to a client. We will help you establish if your case meets the requirements for legal malpractice.

Automobile Accident Injury

As with other types of accidents, figuring out who is at fault in a traffic accident is a matter of deciding who was careless, or “negligent” in legalese. We will help you determine if actual rules were violated and merit a case.

Medical Malpractice

If you have suffered an injury or illness due to careless, unprofessional or incompetent treatment at the hands of a medical provider, William F. McMurry can guide you.

Need A Consultant?

When you need help from an attorney, you need an attorney with the experience and judgment to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your claim and help explain what it will take to win your case  Our job is to work diligently to pursue your best interests,   If you would like a free consultation, contact us today. 

Recent News

How Legal Malpractice Claims Work

How Do Legal Malpractice Claims Work?

In bringing a claim for legal malpractice (professional liability), you have to show that your attorney was negligent in the handling of your case. There are a few basic components to take into account. First, you have to show that your attorney owed you a duty of care. This is often reflected by your representation or engagement agreement. However, it could also be evidenced through an implied promise such as your attorney verbally agreeing to perform a legal service that was not specified in your legal agreement.

Suing Your Attorney For Legal Malpractice

It is not beyond the realm of possibility that your attorney was negligent when representing you in your legal matter. Although attorneys are supposed to adhere to strict ethical standards while protecting the rights of their clients, in reality, some attorneys fall short – way short – in providing effective legal services. This could cause you to permanently lose your case, your money, and even your rights. Notably, a recent legal drama summarized below highlights incidents of potential attorney malpractice where clients alleged that their attorneys’ litigation antics cost them millions. Here’s more on what led to that tragedy and what you can do if you are a victim of legal malpractice.

Boy Scout Abuse Victims Please Take Notice

Time is running out to bring your claim for compensation against the BSA

Survivors of all types of abuse, committed by scout leaders, counselors and fellow scouts have until 5 p.m. Nov. 16, 2020 to file a claim for compensation  against the Boy Scouts of America to be eligible for compensation through the organization’s bankruptcy proceedings.

If you are a survivor of abuse you must file your claim before by 5 p.m. November 16, 2020 or you will be barred from filing suit against the national organization in the future.

From Our Clients

“There are some of us who put clients’ interests ahead of our own, who want to see right things done in this world.”  – William F McMurry

Bill is a fantastic lawyer, willing to work hard for you the client! He listens and then gets to work, he is professional, personable and ethical. You will not be sorry if you choose to work with him or his firm. Highly recommend him!

Gayle Glish Bonnarens

This firm is fantastic! They are efficient, timely and most importantly they listen and understand what it was I was trying to accomplish. They got right to the point and got the job done. No games to pad their pockets. You will not be sorry if you choose to work with Bill and his associates.

Kevin Brown

Bill McMurry is an exceptionally good and principled attorney. More than that, he’s compassionate in a way that goes beyond merely good lawyering: He is human in the sense of the old-style hero attorney who does the right thing for the right reasons. Not many like him anymore.

Alanna Nash

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