Top Lewisburg Collaborative Lawyers - Kentucky
At the Kentucky law firm of Deatherage, Myers & Lackey, PLLC, clients in Hopkinsville and throughout the surrounding Clarksville/Fort Campbell area find quality legal counsel and aggressive representation. Established in 1989, our law firm is committed to personal and professional excellence while providing a full array of legal services. Our practice areas include: Personal injury — We...
Located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Berry & McGehee Law Firm helps individuals and families plan for their long-term care and the distribution of their assets in the future. Additionally, we also help business owners with all their legal needs. Serving clients in the Bowling Green metro region, Warren County, and the surrounding areas, our law firm provides effective and dependable counsel to...
With more than 65 years of combined experience, at the law firm of Prince & Brien, P.S.C., we combine a comprehensive knowledge of law with a personal approach and commitment to optimal outcomes for clients and their families. As the most experienced firm in Marshall County we at the law firm of Prince & Brien, P.S.C., are equipped and prepared to handle nearly any legal problem that arises,...
Passionate about helping people put the pieces of their lives back together, the Bates Law Office Kentucky provides dedicated family law counsel. Proudly serving clients in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and throughout Bullitt, Hardin, Jefferson, LaRue and Nelson counties, we explain to those we represent how the laws apply to their individual situations and inform them of their rights. We know that...
Vidmer Law Office With convenient locations in Murray and Paducah, Kentucky, Vidmer Law Office offers our clients solid legal advice and representation in several complicated areas of the law, including bankruptcy, criminal defense, family law and personal injury. Founder Steve D. Vidmer shares nearly 20 years of legal experience with individuals,families and Murray State University students...
Katz Law proudly represents injured victims who have been injured by the negligence of others. We aggressively represent clients in matters concerning car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, dangerous products, premises liability, wrongful death, and those who have been injured at work on the river or in river-related employment. Our firm also handles some of the most high profile divorce, domestic...
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