Through over twelve years of practice Luke Wingfield has developed a diverse practice and obtained extensive trial experience throughout the courts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Mr. Wingfield's practice is concentrated in a number of areas, the first being insurance defense and insurance coverage matters. Mr. Wingfield on a near daily basis defends the insureds of insurance companies in cases ranging from wrongful death claims, to premises liability, to construction defects, and essentially everything in between. He also routinely handles declaratory judgment actions seeking to have courts determine the scope of insurance coverage available for certain claims and advises insurance company clients as to whether there is or is not insurance coverage in certain instances. Secondly, Mr. Wingfield routinely handles administrative matters and assists clients through the complicated web of rules and regulations that serve to trip up even the most vigilant of businesses in their operations and which confound individuals seeking relief. Thirdly, Mr. Wingfield handles employment law matters ranging from the draft of employee handbooks, to defending charges of discrimination before the EEOC and various Human Rights Commissions, to defending litigation alleging things such as violation of wage and hour laws and discrimination. Fourth, Mr. Wingfield routinely handles trademark matters for individuals and businesses, through both obtaining trademarks to making sure the trademarks they have obtained are protected to the full extent of the law.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Luke A. Wingfield