Goldberg Simpson attorney Gregory Dutton represented the Kentucky League of Cities (“KLC”) before the Kentucky Public Service Commission in KU’s most recent request for a rate increase. As a result of the settlement reached between KLC, KU and other intervening parties, KLC’s membership will see $1,500,000 in annual savings to... Continue Reading »
Goldberg Simpson attorney Gregory Dutton represented the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government before the Kentucky Public Service Commission (“KPSC”) in LG&E’s most recent request for a rate increase. As a result of the settlement reached between Louisville Metro, LG&E and other intervening parties, Louisville Metro will see $650,000 in annual savings... Continue Reading »
PROSPECT, Ky.— Goldberg Simpson Partner Aaron Silletto prevailed in two cases before the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the month of September. Both cases affirmed Jefferson Circuit Court summary judgments. In Walling v. Safeco Ins. Co. of Ill. the insured requested the insurance carrier to provide “no fault” benefits for... Continue Reading »
Goldberg Simpson Senior Associate Kelley Rule logged another victory for the firm, this time in a premises liability defense case. In Shannin Ross v. Christopher D. Prater, Individually and d/b/a The Black Diamond Saloon, and Pelco Commercial Properties, Inc., the Plaintiff argued that, as to landowner Pelco, the company should... Continue Reading »
DRI member Aaron J. Silletto a partner in the Louisville, Kentucky, law firm of Goldberg Simpson, LLC, recently tried a premises liability case before a Muhlenberg County jury, which resulted in a win for the defense.
Today the Kentucky Court of Appeals rendered its opinion in Kentucky Housing Corp. v. Coots (no. 2012-CA-001382-MR, designated “Not To Be Published”), which reversed the judgment of the Johnson Circuit Court. Goldberg Simpson attorneys Stephen R. Solomon and Brant W. Sloan represented the successful appellant, KHC. The Coots case involved a... Continue Reading »
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... Continue Reading »
As the construction industry in our region has rebounded in recent times, so have the number of disputes related to this increase in construction. As we all are aware, the use of mediation to help resolve the disputes on a construction project continues to grow as a useful tool of... Continue Reading »