The following is just a small sample of our work on behalf of our firm’s clients. Please contact us if you wish to learn more.
Commonwealth v. Palmer – Clark County. Jury verdict of acquittal on a charge of assault – 4th degree.
Commonwealth v. Sparks – Montgomery County. Jury verdict of acquittal on charges of 1st degree sodomy and 1st degree sexual abuse.
Commonwealth v. Davis – Clark County. Jury verdict of acquittal on charges including disorderly conduct.
Commonwealth v. James – Fayette County. Jury verdict of acquittal on charges including DUI (operating a motor vehicle under the influence).
Commonwealth v. Turner – client charged with DUI-2nd offense. Suppression of blood alcohol test results by defense motion resulted in amendment of charges to non-DUI offense and fine paid by client.
Stephens v. Stephens – Clark County. Jury verdict of no liability and finding for the defense on all counts in claim by invitee on property where plaintiff sustained injury to his foot amputating multiple toes.
Dalton v. Kmart – Madison County. Jury verdict in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $125,000 for injuries sustained in slip and fall.
Wrongful death action prosecuted in Fayette County. Settled in advance of trial for policy limits of $1,100,000.
Co Counsel in personal injury wrongful death vehicular case in 2018 in Fayette Circuit Court involving major manufacturer and Fortune 500 companies resulting in a settlement prior to trial in excess of $3,000,000.
Burns v. Wells – Madison County. Jury verdict in favor of plaintiff, Burns, in boundary line dispute.
Durbin v. Flynn – Estill County. Judge alone verdict in favor of plaintiffs in boundary line dispute.
Represented large construction company regarding request for a land use zone change to operate a quarry on previous agricultural land with a favorable result before the planning commission and local government which was affirmed by the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Kentucky; Southwest Clark Neighborhood Association Inc v Clark County Fiscal Court, Supreme Court No. 2017-SC-00253, Court of Appeals No 2015-CA-01645.
Represented a local developer defending suit to interpret restrictive covenant so as to allow the placement of a new car dealership on land restricted against the placement of a used car lot. Norton Family Trust v S. J. Land Holding, LLC, Supreme Court No. 2015-SC-00126, Court of Appeals No 2013-CA-01552.