Garry Adams, Ted Walton, and Pete Lay recently tried a long-running dispute between Ardie Greenamyer and his former friends and business associates Tom Eifler, Jr. and Tom Eifler, Sr. Greenamyer and Eifler Jr. founded a successful tower crane and hoist company.
A birthday pool party turned tragic when a 5-year-old drowned, and while the wrongful death trial lasted eight days, it took a jury just 4.5 hours to reach a verdict.
A jury handed David Camm his freedom, but now he wants more — millions more.
The Kentucky Supreme Court recently handed down a far-reaching decision that allows employees in Kentucky the option to certify class-action lawsuits against employers over unpaid wages and overtime disputes. As a result, Louisville-based Sullivan University System Inc. could face such a class action.
Among the multitude of demonstrations that have taken place since the 2016 elections, one of Kentucky’s most pivotal displays of unrest among citizens took place at the state Capitol in response to the passing of the right-to-work act.
On March 16, 2017, Kentucky governor Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 4, effectively establishing this bill as law. The Kentucky Legislature website provides the details of the bill, summarizing it as: “An act relating to medical review panels.
CDWA reached a tentative settlement in a class action lawsuit brought by former inmates in the Floyd County Indiana Jail concerning the conditions of confinement in the facility. (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/kentucky/articles/2017-03-10/floyd-county-seeks-to-settle-jail-lawsuit-for-123m).
Garry Adams represented the family of a boy that was killed when a youth minister let him drive his vehicle. A $2.15 million jury verdict was collectively awarded against the youth minister and the church.
Recently, Ted Walton won a whistleblower trial in front of a Federal Administrative Law judge. Ted’s client was terminated. He was an over-the-road truck driver who was dispatched to transport a loaded trailer that exceeded state and federal weight limits.