Doctor sues Jewish Hospital over lack of reserved parking - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Doctor sues Jewish Hospital over lack of reserved parking

Posted: Updated: Oct 8, 2013 03:28 PM EDT
Richard Levin, M.D. (screenshot from website) Richard Levin, M.D. (screenshot from website)

LOUISVILLE Ky. (WDRB) -- A longtime physician in the Jewish Hospital complex downtown has sued the hospital's new owner, KentuckyOne Health, over the lack of a reserved parking spot.

Dr. Richard Levin claims he never received the two reserved spots his practice was owed as part of the 1989 purchase of his office condo in the Jewish Hospital Outpatient Care Center, 225 Abraham Flexner Way. The lawsuit was filed Sept. 25 in Jefferson Circuit Court.

"On numerous occasions, Dr. Levin demanded that J.H. Properties (Jewish Hospital) convey the reserved parking spot to which he was entitled," the suit says.

Levin says the hospital "induced" him to bring his practice there 24 years ago "by specifically promising" two reserved spots. The suit asks for the spaces --- "identified by named placards to Dr. Levin" --- and damages to be determined at a trial.

Levin performs tubal ligation reversals for women hoping to get pregnant, according to his website.

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