I am proud to call Henderson my home. I graduated from Henderson County High School, where I was a member of the basketball, track, and speech teams, and I'm a member of the Academic Hall of Fame. I then received a scholarship to attend Duke University, before the rivalry with my home state's school began (yes, I have caught much flack since then, but I am a Blue Devil at heart). After finishing law school at the University of Cincinnati, I practiced for a couple of years in Ohio before returning home to raise my four children with my beautiful wife, Emily.
I love helping people, and I love matching wits in court against big-firm and big-company attorneys. I represent people who are hurt - sometimes very badly hurt or killed - through no fault of their own. When I stand before juries and argue cases for my clients, I tell juries that in a court of law, all parties are equal, even if the people on the other side are insurance companies or other big corporations. My team and I provide clients with "big city" legal services, even though we are located in a small town. We fight for our clients in a professional, aggressive, but compassionate manner.
I also am very actively involved in giving back to my community.
Kentucky Bar Association
Indiana State Bar Association
Ohio State Bar Association
Kentucky Justice Association (formerly the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys)
Henderson & Evansville Bar Associations
Gene Brooks Inn of Court