Business

Business transitions

Bill Garmer and Jay Prather are continuing their law practice as Garmer & Prather PLLC. The firm will continue to represent plaintiffs in the areas of personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice, equine veterinary malpractice, aviation and trucking litigation.

Central Kentucky business intermediaries, Jay Knoblett, owner of Arlington Scott Inc., and Mark Sievers, owner of The Sievers Co., have formed Limestone M&A Alliance. This alliance, which will operate as a consortium of independent companies, was created to respond to current economic challenges by facilitating more and faster paced information sharing among those in the business community. The Limestone M&A Alliance, www.limestonealliance.com, welcomes affiliations with business/professional individuals and organizations.

Old Colony Insurance Services, a leader in the equine industry for more than 50 years, has updated and modernized its Web site, www.oldcolonylexky.com. The Old Colony web site offers general information about the agency and insurance products offered for property and casualty, workers comp and liability. In addition, the site offers specific information on the range of insurance coverages offered for farms, racing stables and individuals working in the Thoroughbred industry.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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