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  • Commercial/Business Litigation
    Commercial/Business Litigation Contract Disputes Business Torts & Fraud Partner, Shareholder & Officer/Director Disputes​ White Collar Investigations, & Business Crimes Trade Secret, Non-compete, Non-solicitation, & Confidentiality Disputes Construction
  • Employment Litigation & Counseling
    Employment Litigation & Counseling Discrimination, Harassment, & Retaliation Claims Minimum Wage, Overtime, & Other Unpaid Wage Claims Trade Secret, Non-compete, Non-solicitation, & Confidentiality Disputes Employment Contracts & Severance Agreements Handbooks, Policies / Procedures, & Workplace Training
  • Insurance
    Insurance Premises Liability Property Damage Defense Directors & Officers Defense
  • Products Liability
    Products Liability Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices Food & Beverage Litigation Consumer Goods & Services

All businesses open to the public have potential liability for injuries that occur on their premises or property as a result of the negligence of the business.  Very often, the negligence is the failure to maintain a walkway or other facility in such a way to avoid falls or other physical injury.  There are times when a visitor to the business simply injures him or herself through no fault of the business,  but still claims that the business should be held responsible.  KVL has defended a wide range of businesses against claims for physical injuries occurring on their premises.  While we often work with insurance carriers to provide litigation defense under applicable policies, our clients have also enjoyed successful outcomes where they do not have the benefit of insurance coverage.

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