Minner Vines Injury Lawyers is one of the most well-regarded personal injury law firms in the Commonwealth of Kentucky as well as the United States. Both local and national news organizations have routinely featured and recognized us for our stellar legal services; you can view some of our appearances below. And if you or a loved one have recently sustained a personal injury, we can help you obtain the compensation you need and deserve. If you’re ready to get started, just give us a quick call to set up your free initial consultation.

Coverage of Minner Vines Injury Lawyers, PLLC

Our firm often receives favorable media attention. Read a selection of articles written about our achievements below.

Minner Vines: Systemic Excellence for a New Era

Coverage of our firm's origins and accomplishments from Lawdragon.

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Injury Attorney Law

12 Best Lexington Personal Injury Lawyer

Minner Vines Moncus Injury Lawyers have won over billion in compensation for the clients and their families. They have a team of award-winning attorneys with over 70 years of combined experience.

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Dementia homes exist in gray area of regulation, families say

Matthew Minner was asked to comment on lax Alabama nursing home regulations.

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University of Cumberlands Wrestling Wrongful Death News Coverage

Grant Brace, a wrestler at the University of Cumberlands, died of heatstroke during an August 2020 training session. Minner Vines Injury Lawyers, PLLC helped his family through the ensuing wrongful death case, resulting in a settlement of over $14 million.

Family of 20-Year-Old College Wrestler Reaches $14M Settlement After Son Dies of Heat Stroke

The parents of former University of the Cumberlands wrestler Grant Brace claim he died because coaches refused to give him water following an intense training session

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Lawsuit accuses Rowan Co. School board, superintendent, principal, of failing to investigate sexual abuse claims.

A Rowan County teacher and coach is accused of inappropriate sexual misconduct with a student.

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University in Kentucky agrees to $14.1 million settlement in death of student athlete after wrestling practice

The University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky has reached a settlement of more than $14 million with the family of a student wrestler who died of heat stroke in 2020, the university and family’s attorney have said.

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Minner Vines Injury Lawyers wins a $3.7 Million verdict for Tiffany Horton

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KY school officials knew of relationship between student, coach but did nothing, lawsuit claims

Former Rowan County Coach Andrew Zaheri has been charged with 23 felony counts related to his relationship with a student. Zaheri allegedly got another former student pregnant prior to current allegations.

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Kentucky University Wrestler Settlement

A Kentucky university has agreed to pay $14 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a student who died of heat stroke after a practice in August 2020.

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Parents of University of Kentucky student who died at fraternity house speak out.

The family of Lofton Hazelwood is demanding answers and believe their son's death last year was due to fraternity hazing.

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University agrees to $14M settlement in wrestler’s death

The settlement over the death of junior Grant Brace, 20, of Louisville, Tennessee, includes an agreement for the University of the Cumberlands to participate in a heat-illness training program and to help raise awareness of heat-related injuries, the university said Wednesday in a statement.

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Parents of Marco Shemwell sue fraternity, claim culture of drinking led to son’s death

The parents of Marco Shemwell have filed a lawsuit against Alpha Tau Omega following the death of their child on the day of a University of Kentucky football game.

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Settlement after US student athlete Grant Brace died begging for water

A university in Kentucky has agreed to pay $14m (£11m) to the family of a wrestler who died of heat stroke after he begged for water during training.

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Ex- UK frat named in Marco Shemwell death lawsuit

The now-closed University of Kentucky chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and its national headquarters are being named in a lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of Marco Shemwell.

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Drinking during frat tradition caused death of UK fraternity

Thomas “Lofton” Hazelwood died at the University of Kentucky Hospital after being found unresponsive at the FarmHouse Fraternity house on October.

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Gov. Beshear signs ‘anti-hazing’ bill in memory of UK student into law

A bill drawn up in response to the death of a UK student amid a hazing incident is now law.

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'A Record Verdict’: Birmingham Jury Awards $3.7M in Rare Case Where Unborn Baby Is Recognized as Living

A Birmingham law firm has secured a $3.7 million verdict in a unique case where a jury officially recognized a baby seven weeks from birth as a living human being within the context of wrongful death litigation.

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Video shows wrestler’s desperate search for water before dying from heatstroke

Jackie and Kyle Brace claim two coaches denied water to their son Grant before his death

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Family reacts to UK’s findings of investigations into student’s death

The 18-year-old died from alcohol toxicity in October. Officials at the University of Kentucky said Wednesday while no criminal charges are expected to be filed, they did find evidence of hazing, and underage drinking within the Farmhouse Fraternity that Lofton was a pledge of.

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Jury tells nursing home: Pay $8 million to estate of man whose legs employees broke; homes seek legislative insulation from suits

A Louisville nursing home was ordered to pay $8 million in damages last week to the estate of a retired surgeon whose legs were broken while he was being transferred from a chair to his bed at Treyton Oak Towers.

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USA Today

What surgeons leave behind costs some patients dearly

Thousands of patients a year leave the nation's operating rooms with surgical items in their bodies. Most often, it's the gauzy, cotton sponges that doctors use throughout operations to soak up blood and other fluids, a USA TODAY examination shows.

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