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Matthew White and Mark Gray Named to 2020 LawDragon Top 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers List

It’s true what they say, hard work really does pay off. Congratulations to both Matthew White and Mark Gray for being named to the 2020 LawDragon Top 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list. Each and every member of the 2020 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer…

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Gray & White Attorneys Among Top Lawyers in Louisville 2016

There are a lot of lawyers in Louisville. If you, or a loved one, have been hurt or need to make an important legal decision it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. As in years past, Louisville magazine has conducted an…

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Kentucky Is the First State in the Nation to Try This

This month we are all observing National Distracted Driving Awareness month. The purpose of this month is not just to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, but also to prevent future distracted driving accidents, injuries and fatalities. What Kentucky Is Doing Kentucky, like…

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DUI Crash Kills Mouthcard Man and Injures Passenger

Related Links: Proving DUI After a Loved One’s Killed in a Crash Kentucky DUI Laws $15 Million Awarded After Fatal DUI Crash A fatal crash reportedly occurred in the early afternoon hours of Saturday March 8, 2014 in Pike County, Kentucky. Accident reports indicate that…

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Louisville Bar Association Lists Gray & White Among Top Local Lawyers

Related Links: Attorney Matt White Makes Strides in Malpractice Cases Attorney Mark Gray Wins One of the Largest Injury Verdicts in KY The attorneys at Gray & White Law have been rated by their peers as top Kentucky lawyers in the March edition of Louisville…

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Kentucky Lawmakers Try to Prevent Distracted Driving Accidents

On Friday February 28, 2014 a road safety bill passed the Kentucky House of Representatives by a vote of 62-32. There are provisions in the bill that lawmakers reportedly hope would prevent distracted driving accidents in the future. The bill must now go to the…

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