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“The pattern was abuse, deny and cover-up,” said state Attorney General Josh Shapiro on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. Shapirio described a “systematic cover-up” and a “failure of law enforcement.” There is little here that was not revealed in the lawsuits I handled against the Archdiocese of Louisville in 2002-2003. “Despite some institutional reform, individual leaders of […]

William F. McMurry’s thoughts on medical malpractice review panels: As a former President of American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (APBLA.org), the only organization in the U.S. which is accredited by the American Bar Association to certify “specialists” in Medical Malpractice, I feel that my opinion may offer some value to your readers.  Also, I […]

A plaintiff in a legal malpractice case has the burden of proving (1) that there was an employment relationship with the defendant/attorney; (2) that the attorney neglected his duty to exercise the ordinary care of a reasonably competent attorney acting in the same or similar circumstances; and (3) that the attorney’s negligence was the proximate […]