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At the Law Office of Pamela C. Bratcher, we know that your case is important.
This drives our Bowling Green attorney to work hard and seek favorable
results no matter what your situation may be.
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Substantial confidential settlement paid by insurance carrier of guilty driver.
Pedestrian hit by driver
Substantial confidential settlement paid by insurance carrier of driver.
Products liability case
Six figure settlement
Six figure settlement against a United States automobile company for defective
and unreasonably dangerous product.
Racial discrimination in workplace
African American client subjected to harassing and dangerous conduct by
co-workers, known by management but no corrective actions taken. Substantial
Two African American clients subjected to hostile treatment at a local
office that is nationally known. Six figure confidential settlement.
Serious personal injury involving sports facility
Proceeds from the confidential settlement allowed client to purchase her
Settled Sexual Harassment Case for substantial amount against a local business.
Sexual Harassment in Workplace
Six figure confidential settlement
Six figure confidential settlement representing a male employee who reported sexual harassment in a big box store.
Self-employed truck driver while making delivery slipped and fell due to
unsalted ice patch at business delivery door. Client suffered several
breaks in leg. Substantial confidential settlement.
Verdict against Dollar General Corporation
Scottsville, Allen County, Kentucky due to violation of employment contract.
Jury awarded all damages requested.
Logan County case which established new law and provided additional rights
to Whistleblowers. Compensatory damages, attorneys fees, and interest
at 12% because defendant unsuccessfully appealed twice. Ultimately the
case was decided in my clients favor by the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Wrongful Vehicle Repossession
A Warren Circuit Court violation of Kentucky Consumer Protection Act. Jury
awarded Client requested damages plus punitive damages.