Litigation in Lexington, KY
Experienced Kentucky Trial Attorneys
Fowler Bell’s trial attorneys have used their negotiation skills and litigation experience on behalf of clients including businesses, institutions, and individuals in the courtroom, in the boardroom, and at the mediation table.
Collaborating closely with their clients, Fowler Bell PLLC attorneys identify precise objectives and devise the most effective strategy to achieve them. These strategies are implemented with tactical skill, persuasive professionalism, and the highest integrity, with an eye to both results and cost-efficiency.
Our Litigation Specialties
Our trial attorneys have extensive courtroom experience, including:
- Appellate advocacy
- Bad faith
- Commercial insurance coverage professional liability
- Electronic discovery
- Fraud and arson
- Health care industry
- Insurance defense
- Personal injury
- Premises liability
- Products liability
- Self-insured defense
Why Choose Our Litigation Attorneys
We are experienced in highly complex and multi-party litigation, appellate advocacy, insurance coverage claims, bad faith matters, fraud and arson, bankruptcy, commercial disputes, and creditors’ rights litigation, the defense of professional responsibility and malpractice claims, nursing home liability, employment disputes, construction disputes, products liability defense, foreclosures and actions affecting the family.
Fowler Bell’s Litigation Group attorneys are recognized by such respected groups as the National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators, the Defense Research Institute, Kentucky Defense Counsel, Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America. In addition, our group of attorneys is made up of published authors, instructors, and recognized speakers.
Members are admitted to practice in the state courts of Kentucky and North Carolina, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western District of Kentucky as well as the United States Courts of Appeal for the Fourth and Sixth Circuits. Several are admitted to the United States Supreme Court.
Arbitration: The Benefits Of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Because alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods are often more economical than litigation, such methods are a practical choice for clients who want to minimize the expense while still obtaining satisfactory results. Resolving a conflict through ADR is typically faster than taking the matter to trial. In addition, it minimizes unwanted publicity by keeping the case out of the courtroom.