Torts

Rule wins defense verdict

Goldberg Simpson associate attorney Kelley M. Rule recently won a defense verdict in a motor vehicle accident case on behalf of a trucking company and its driver. On the date of the accident, the plaintiff was traveling southbound on Dixie Highway. She sustained a bimalleolar fracture after rear-ending a tractor trailer owned by Ms. Rule’s client. The […]

GS winning streak continues

This week, the lawyers at Goldberg Simpson notched two more important victories for their clients in Kentucky courts. In an opinion rendered on Friday, February 22, the GS family law team of Mitchell Charney, Stephanie Morgan-White, and Allison Russell won an appeal of a child support case in the Kentucky Court of Appeals. The case was […]

Case update: Osborne v. Keeney and punitive damages for legal malpractice claims

By Sarah E. Tilley A recent Supreme Court of Kentucky decision limits the damages which may be recoverable against an attorney in a legal malpractice lawsuit. In Osborne v. Keeney, –S.W.3d–, 2012 WL 6634129 (Ky. Dec. 20, 2012), the Court clarified that, although an attorney found guilty of malpractice is liable to the client for […]