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S. Casey Call has been practicing law for more than 20 years. He vigorously defends clients on various claims including automobile accident defense including PIP and UM/UIM representation. He also has experience with premises liability matters, workers’ compensation claims, and much more.

Casey started his practicing law in 2004, working for a local Kentucky firm, where he developed a statewide practice in insurance defense. He also served in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney.

Outside of his law practice, Casey enjoys helping in his community. He has served as head coach and assistant coach for Campbellsville Youth Baseball, Trace Creek Softball, and coach for Upward Basketball. Additionally, he is a member and deacon of the Campbellsville Baptist Church and participated in the Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class from September 2010 to May 2011.

  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Kentucky Defense Counsel, Inc., Legislative Committee
Presentations and Publications
  • Co-Author: Chapter 6, “Demonstrative and Documentary Evidence, Kentucky Civil Practice at Trial,” University of Kentucky (2008)
  • Various presentations for clients concerning liability issues
Trial and Case Highlights
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment in a wrongful death case arising from a fall at a wake held at a local high school. The court found that the funeral home did not have “control” over the premises such as to be responsible for alleged inadequate lighting.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement on a UIM coverage issue where the claimant lived with the named insured at the time of the accident, but they were not married. Thus, the claimant was not a resident relative.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement for homeowner’s association that was sued for waiver of restrictive covenants, trespass, and harassment.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement on a subrogation claim brought as a result of a wandering cow. The court agrees that PIP subrogation could not be sought under the circumstances due to the plain language of KRS 304.39-070.
  • Successfully obtained partial summary judgment on res judicata effect of causation finding in a related workers’ compensation case. The court found that a workers’ compensation ALJ’s finding that the plaintiff only had one month of related medical treatment binding in subsequent injury case in circuit court.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement in a premises liability case based on the relationship of the parties not amounting to an “employee-employer” relationship, thus abrogating any application of Kentucky’s OSHA standards. Also successfully handled the appeal, including the oral argument.
  • Successfully defended an uninsured defendant and successfully prosecuted an appeal finding that the defendant’s workers’ compensation carrier should have provided him with a defense.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement on an underinsured motorist coverage issue where a passenger in a head-on collision was not entitled to stack the driver’s motorcycle policy, as he was not an insured of the “first class,” with respect to said policy.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgement for a hospital that was sued over a defective shower cap, pursuant to Kentucky Middleman Statute, KRS 411.340, and also successfully handled the appeal.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment in homeowners’ association case alleging breach of fiduciary duty against its board members, and successfully defended the appeal.