At Clauson Law Office, Elder Law Attorney Will Clauson
specializes in helping families navigate through the decisions
they face in later life. Through our Medicaid planning, we help
families protect what they have spent a lifetime to build from
the potentially devastating costs of nursing homes and
long-term care. Through estate planning, we create and help
administer wills and living trusts. We probate estates and help
our clients achieve asset protection.
A nationally recognized attorney, Flora Templeton Stuart was the first female attorney to litigate cases in Southcentral Kentucky. She was appointed Public Advocate of Warren County with extensive trial experience including national recognition on Good Morning America and Time Magazine.
Unique to a major law firm, Ms. Stuart personally oversees her cases, which include automobile accidents, semi-truck accidents, and personal injuries. She has been recognized as a Top 10 Trucking Trial Lawyer, Top 100 National Trial...
University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
Kurt’s work concentrates on representing people who have been seriously injured as a result of catastrophic truck and auto accidents, defective products, defective pharmaceutical products, defective medical devices, construction accidents,...
Ben earned his law degree at the University of Kentucky in 1992. He earned his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas, where he graduated with honors in 1987.
Ben Crocker grew up in Franklin, Kentucky. He was the 1984 valedictorian of Franklin-Simpson High School, and spent his summers working at the Franklin pool. Ben’s father, Ken Crocker, was a veterinarian in Simpson County. His mother, Helen...
In the medical device field, Jessica has handled many cases against the manufacturers of metal-on-metal hip replacements, which have become widely criticized for poor design. Other cases Jessica is handling include lawsuits against the makers of IVC (inferior vena cava) filters, which are used to prevent blood clots from traveling through the body and causing a pulmonary embolism. The IVC filters are sometimes left in the body for too long, and can...
During Sarah’s challenging studies at Vanderbilt Law School, it became clear that finding an area of law that was meaningful to her was vital to academic,...
My family instilled in me a strong work ethic and dedication to achievement. I competed in academic debate while attending Western Kentucky...
LaJuana worked on environmental law issues in Washington, D.C., for almost 20 years. She was a Partner in the DC offices of...
Following secondary school, Mariana attended the University of Louisville where she received a full athletic scholarship playing tennis. She graduated with an undergraduate degree in psychology and a minor in chemistry. Mariana then proceeded to attend the Louis D. Brandeis School of...
Becoming an attorney was never on J.A.'s radar and only became his focus about halfway through earning his bachelor's degree at WKU, Sowell says. "Since I was a child, I had always thought I would become a physician," Sowell says. "However, this changed when my undergraduate history professor encouraged me to consider the legal field. I took a job working for a local law firm and immediately...
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