Defending Insurers From Excessive Claims
Our Kentucky law firm provides insurance defense for matters involving construction, transportation, medical practice, premises liability and general liability insurance defense. In these and related matters, we investigate claims and help clients protect themselves from unwarranted or excessive liability exposure.
Our effectiveness in the world of insurance defense has earned us consistent recognition by legal opponents, judges, insured individuals and entities, and others who have observed our lawyers in action. We evaluate policy terms, investigate accidents and injuries, and review legal precedents that may bolster our clients’ positions after a claim has come forward regarding one of these injury matters:
- Construction injury claims and general liability claims
- Car, motorcycle and truck accident claims
- Premises liability matters, including slip-and-fall accidents and dog bites
Proactive Counsel And Litigation In Response To Claims
We advise clients while claims are pending and defend them once claims emerge. Our attorneys protect our clients’ interests in negotiations, mediation, trials and appeals. When a client must pay on a claim, our analysis and presentation of liability factors help protect the client from excessive liability exposure at every stage of each case.
A great many cases settle out of court. However, our jury trial experience has prepared us to stand vigorously on our clients’ behalf. We evaluate all claims for defects such as when a plaintiff has bypassed a statute of limitations or otherwise failed to bring a sound legal case forward.
New Clients Are Always Welcome. Call Today.
In the nearly two decades since Garvey, Shearer, Nordstrom, PSC, was founded, we have established numerous ongoing relationships with clients who often need our help. When you are ready to discuss your case, let us know. We will work hard to accommodate you at our earliest opportunity. Call 859-308-1490 or complete our brief online form to get started with no further obligation.