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McMurry & Associates
1201 Story Ave
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
William F. McMurry Attorney at Law
William F. McMurry is the only Kentucky lawyer Board Certified as a medical malpractice and legal malpractice trial specialist by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA).William F. McMurry is also civil trial Board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) and has been practicing law in Kentucky for 32 years. William F. McMurry is also Martindale & Hubble peer review rated for ethical standards and legal ability. This level of specialization can increase jury awards as well as out-of-court settlements. William F. McMurry welcomes the opportunity to work for you.
While Kentucky does not certify specialists in any field of practice, William F. McMurry has the credentials allowing him to be identified as a "specialist" under the rules of the Kentucky Bar Association in the fields of medical malpractice and legal malpractice. Mr. McMurry also concentrates his practice in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death litigation, and insurance bad faith lawsuits.
Aljazeera Interviews William McMurry Concerning The Popes Resignation
The Pope Resigns, McMurry InterviewedBy: William F. McMurry
The Pope shocked the world today by announcing his resignation from the head of the Catholic Church. This marks the first resignation of the Pope in over 598 years.
Whiskey Fungus Class Action LawsuitBy: William F. McMurry
William F. McMurry and Morris & Player PLLC filed a class action lawsuit for three Louisville residents against three large bourbon and whiskey producers for damage to their property. A fungus called “whiskey fungus” (Baudoinia compniacensis) is staining and damaging the residents’ homes and cars. William F. McMurry and Morris & Player PLLC have designed a site to answer questions you might have about whiskey fungus and the lawsuit we've filed on behalf of affected homeowners, businesses, and residents. See the links below to find out more. August 13, 2012 - Mr. McMurry is serving as lead U.S. Counsel with United Kingdom solicitors Hugh & James and Balfour & Manson LLP to investigate and assist in efforts to compensate Scotland homeowners affected by Whisky Fungus.
William F. McMurry in the News
William F. McMurry Returning to The State Bar of California's 85th Annual ConventionBy: William F. McMurry
William F. McMurry will be presenting a lecture at the State Bar of California's 85th Annual Convention in Monterey, California. For the second consecutive year he has been invited to share his expertise in the field of Legal Malpractice at the prestigious State Bar of California's Annual Convention and Continuing Legal Education program. Click on the image below to find out more about this event.
William F. McMurry Re-Elected ABPLA PresidentBy: William F. McMurry
William F. McMurry was re-elected by his peers to serve a second, two-year term as President of the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. His continuing goal as President is to increase public awareness and importance in selecting a board-certified attorney, as they would a board-certified physician. Click the image below to find out more about the ABPLA and it's mission to provide consumers with an objective standard by which to assess professional negligence attorneys.
Frost Law Firm Settles Malpractice SuitBy: William F. McMurry
Law firm Frost Brown Todd on Thursday settled a lawsuit filed by a former client who accused it of legal malpractice. Shane’s attorney, William McMurry, said he could not discuss the settlement but that his client was “delighted.” He said he had tried to resolve the case before it came to trial, but “there was just no movement. We were miles apart. Sometimes it takes a courtroom and a jury to get the parties to come together.”
Giving Back to the Community – Donating Trial Skills to Those in Need
Klan Ordered to Pay $2.5 Million in Civil TrialBy: William F. McMurry
Morris Dees of the The Southern Poverty Law Center working in conjunction with Willaim F. McMurry and Steven R. Crebessa as co-counsel represented Jordan Gruver, 19 in this suit against the Imperial Klans of America (IKA) and four Klansmen. Dees & McMurry argued that Ron Edwards, the Klan group's Imperial Wizard, recklessly bred an atmosphere of hate and violence and was liable for Gruver's July 2006 beating at the hands of his Klansmen, even though he didn't order it.
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