Defense Verdict in Woodford County Medical Malpractice Trial

Kinkead & Stilz is pleased to announce that Melanie S. Marrs and Tonya S. Rager were successful in obtaining a Defense Verdict on behalf of a Chiropractor in Woodford County, in a case involving a claimed permanent brachial plexus nerve injury following chiropractic manipulation. Plaintiff claimed that the adjustment exacerbated pre-existing conditions which caused the … Read more

Summer 2019 Associate QA

Kinkead & Stilz hires a Summer Associate each year, which is a law student who works at the firm during the summer. The Summer Associate works closely with both the litigation and transactional divisions to gain practical legal experience, and to develop a sense of what type of law they want to practice after graduation. … Read more

Wayne Collier

Boundaries and Easements Seminar

K&S attorney, Wayne Collier will be presenting on the Rights of Mineral Owners and Surface Owners in an upcoming CLE titled “Boundaries and Easements Seminar”. Wayne is extremely well versed in mineral law which is part of his practice here at K&S. More information may be found here!

Kentucky’s New Certificate of Merit Law

On March 27, 2019, the Kentucky General Assembly passed H.B. 429, which became effective June 28, 2019, and is codified as KRS § 411.167. The bill repealed the 2017 Medical Review Panel Act and created a “Certificate of Merit” requirement for future plaintiffs in medical malpractice lawsuits. Now a plaintiff filing a medical malpractice action … Read more

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