Lindsay Meredith Gray Partner



Lindsay Gray focuses her practice on personal injury, premises liability, bad faith and insurance coverage claims. She defends individuals, national insurers, motor carriers, manufacturers, national restaurants, medical facilities, and other regional and national companies in connection with personal injuries, coverage disputes, negligence and claims of bad faith. Lindsay has significant experience in all stages of litigation, including pre-litigation dispute resolution, arbitration, pretrial discovery, large-scale electronic document collection and review, and trial.

Lindsay served as an adjunct professor at the University of Louisville, providing students with an overview of the law, including business ethics, torts and product liability. Prior to that she was an adjunct professor of economics and business administration at Hanover College, where she taught an overview of the law in negligence, contracts, intellectual property, real property, secured transactions, negotiable instruments, and administrative law.

Representative Matters

Defended a billion-dollar multinational energy company in a product defect case where the plaintiff sought $900 million. She led the discovery team, defended witness and expert depositions, and cross-examined key witnesses at the six-week arbitration that resulted in a defense verdict.

Currently manages written and oral discovery in the defense of 35 lawsuits filed against a bus company.