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VFW’s insurance carrier denying claim over fatal wreck

Adam Childress is accused of murder after allegedly getting drunk at the VFW in Williamsburg and running over a man on a sidewalk. The case has sparked various litigation. A case involving the death of a Williamsburg man, who was run over on a sidewalk in April by a man who had...
Posted On 04 Aug 2016

Cumberlands vigorously opposing lawsuit filed by ex-president

Former University of the Cumberlands President Dr. James Taylor. The University of the Cumberlands is vehemently opposing a request by its former president, Dr. James Taylor, for an injunction to force the university to continue to pay Taylor and his wife, Dinah Taylor, nearly...
Posted On 03 Aug 2016

Taylor wants U of C to pay him while lawsuit is pending

A federal judge could decide as early as next month whether to grant an injunction that would force the University of the Cumberlands to pay its former president Dr. James Taylor nearly $400,000 in annual salary and benefits until a lawsuit Taylor filed against the university is...
Posted On 13 Jul 2016

Taylor lawsuit over retirement pay typical of his egotistical attitude

Dear Editor, Ego. Privilege. Dubious deal-making. Litigation. Oh what a tangled web former University of the Cumberlands president Jim Taylor has weaved. He claims he is owed a lifetime retirement package worth $395,000 per year. Transferable to his wife if he dies first. Nice....

University of the Cumberlands sued by ex-president

Did the University of the Cumberlands agree to pay its former president. Dr. James Taylor and his wife, Dinah Taylor, nearly $400,000 annually in salary and benefits upon Dr. Taylor’s retirement and then renege or threaten to renege on that deal as the couple has claimed? Can the...
Posted On 17 Jun 2016

Massey, victim’s mom won’t be added to suit

A former Williamsburg High School assistant football coach, who has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a student athletic trainer in 2014, and the victim’s mother, won’t be added as third-party defendants in a lawsuit against the school district, its superintendent...
Posted On 16 Jun 2016

Medical malpractice suit against CRCCC goes federal

A medical malpractice and negligence lawsuit filed against Cumberland River Comprehensive Care Center concerning a patient who died of pneumonia is moving to federal court. A notice of removal, moving the case from Whitley Circuit Court to U.S. District Court in London, was filed...

Lawsuit: State should issue same-sex couple new birth certificate for son

A Rockholds woman is claiming that the way the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics lists parents on a birth certificate is discriminatory to women, and has filed a lawsuit in an effort to force a change. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a...

Whitley schools sued for wrongful death

The parents of a 10-year-old boy, who was run over and killed by a Whitley County school bus last year, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the school district, the bus driver and numerous other school officials. On March 23, 2015, Jonathan Austin Chatham was riding...
Posted On 30 Mar 2016
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