WDRB Coverage of Shanae Moorman Lawsuit

The reports about this drunk driving fatality continue to develop.  Our firm represents the estate of the UL cheerleader who was killed by a drunk driver. John DeCamillis was interviewed about our firm’s involvement in the lawsuit against Gerstle’s and the driver. http://www.whas11.com/news/investigations/iteam/lawsuit-targets-st-matthews-bar-in-deadly-dui-case-reignites-liability-debate/464937007

WHAS Story on Shanae Moorman Estate

We are representing the estate of UL Cheerleader Shanae Moorman.  She was involved killed by a drunk driver who left Gerstle’s in St. Matthews. Here’s a link to the WHAS story: http://www.whas11.com/news/investigations/iteam/lawsuit-targets-st-matthews-bar-in-deadly-dui-case-reignites-liability-debate/464937007  

KJA Publishes Amanda Hartley Article

The Kentucky Justice Association recently published our own Amanda Hartley’s article, “When a Good Neighbor ‘Mends the Hold’ — Using Estoppel Doctrines in Insurance Cases.” In the early 1990s, the American Insurance Association led an Amicus Brief claiming insurance companies spent—conservatively—one billion dollars a year on coverage litigation. Given the signicant financial force of the insurance … Continued

“DeCamillis & Mattingly” from Attorney at Law Magazine

John DeCamillis and Rob Mattingly are well known in Louisville for the success of their litigation practice, one that attracts many referrals from previous clients as well as from other attorneys looking for strong litigators to prosecute personal injury and wrongful death claims. They pride themselves on being a “small firm handling big cases.” The … Continued

Man struck by cab awarded $5 million

A Louisville man who wanted to help his fellow man has had his day in court for personal injury. Life will never be the same for Steven Fry after he was hit trying to help at a car accident scene. “It’s really hard on me and I cry sometime,” said Steven Fry, accident victim. His … Continued

LMPD and family of victim settle lawsuit

The Louisville Police Department and the city admit they were at fault and settle with a woman whose son was killed by a Louisville Metro Policeman. On January 30, 2006, Derek Butler was coming home from choir practice. In a split second his life was taken away. A police officer driving the wrong way, speeding … Continued