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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 […]

Kentucky’s effort to screen medical malpractice claims falls flat August, 5th 2018 – Andrew Wolfson, The Courier Journal A Republican-backed law that requires Kentuckians to submit malpractice claims to a review panel before they can file lawsuits has produced a morass of delay in its first year on the books. Only 11 percent of 531 claims have […]

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 […]

JCPS rejected mom’s plea for bus aide until son was sexually assaulted Louisville Courier Journal, Andrew Wolfson Rhonda Martin says she just wanted Jefferson County Public Schools to protect her son, a severely autistic teenager with the mental capacity of a 3-year-old and the speech of a toddler half that age. “He is just not […]

William McMurry takes the cases no one else will—and wins Published in 2007 Kentucky Super Lawyers — June 2007 by Karin Beuerlein William F. McMurry is glad his father never pressured him to consider a career in law. “Had he encouraged it,” the Louisville attorney says, laughing, “I’m sure I would have done just about […]

Nine years after Louisville Metro Police chased a stolen car that crashed into a tree, killing four boys inside who didn’t know the vehicle was stolen, the city has agreed to pay $1.6 million to their families, who claimed the pursuit was dangerous and violated department rules. The boys were returning home from a field […]

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