Overview

Sarah practices in Reminger Co. LPA’s Lexington office. She represents individuals and corporations in litigation matters in state and federal courts.  Her practice is diverse and includes matters involving products liability, premises liability, and automobile and trucking accidents.  She has tried multiple cases to jury verdict.  Sarah has also been successful in appellate matters, briefing a variety of issues before the Kentucky Court of Appeals and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Her appellate work has resulted in published opinions favorable to her clients.

Representative Experience

Obtained defense verdict at trial representing car dealership in personal injury action involving the Plaintiff’s alleged fall from a pickup truck bed on the dealership lot.

Successfully represented pizza restaurant franchisor in appeal, which affirmed trial court’s granting of summary judgment on Estate’s claims of vicarious liability through hiring, supervision, and retention claims as well as franchisor liability.

Successfully achieved reversal on appeal of trial court’s ruling declining to set aside its prior order for default judgment against hotel owner and management company that were not properly served in a guest’s personal injury action.

Community & Professional

Kentucky Bar Association, Member

Fayette County Bar Association, Member

Kentucky Defense Counsel, Member

Fayette County Bar Association, Board Member 2017-2019

Girls on the Run Central Kentucky, Board Member 2018-present

Ashland Elementary PTA, President 2017-2019

Leadership Lexington, Class of 2014

Fayette Co. Bar Association Women Lawyer’s Association, Former Executive Board Member

News

Education

J.D., University of Kentucky College of Law, 2008
University of Kentucky National Moot Court Team, 2008

M.A., University of Kentucky, 2001

B.A., Anderson University, 1998

Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Kentucky, 2008
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky, 2009
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky, 2009
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit, 2009
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