About Peterson Law Office

At Peterson Law Office, we believe in doing everything we can for Kentucky residents who have been injured due to negligent or otherwise wrongful acts. We’re here to help struggling families get back on their feet again and move forward after tragedy strikes. No one should have to endure tragedy alone.

We’re here to right wrongs and hold those responsible for negligence accountable for their actions. If you have suffered from an injury that could have and should have been prevented, we invite you to get in touch with us today. Together, we can start the process of recovery.

Peterson Law Office is a private practice personal injury law firm that was founded by Attorney Justin Peterson. Justin Peterson has experience bringing numerous personal injury claims to trial and successfully winning case after case for those injured in Kentucky.

Prior to becoming a fulltime personal injury attorney, he represented several of the nation’s largest insurance carriers, businesses, and trucking companies, both defending and evaluating their claims.

Learn more about Justin Peterson, Founding Attorney.
Learn about Kellie M. Collins, Managing Partner.
Learn about Laura Jane Phelps, Lead Counsel.
Learn about Thomas J. Whiteford, Of Counsel.
Learn about David Daneman, Of Counsel.
Learn about Charles L. Simmons, Jr., Of Counsel.
Learn about Michael W. Durborow, Of Counsel.
Learn about Aaron M. Oppegard, Of Counsel.
Learn about Todd P. Greer, Of Counsel.
Learn about Lesley Cayton, Of Counsel.
Learn about Masten Childers, III, Of Counsel.

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If you have any questions about a potential personal injury claim, call us or fill out the form below to schedule a free, confidential case consultation. We’ll help you determine what steps you should take next.

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Each year, countless individuals across Kentucky die unexpectedly in preventable accidents like car crashes, truck accidents, slips and falls, by using dangerous products, and due to medical malpractice. When someone passes in personal injury situations like these, it often falls under the definition of wrongful death, as the victim died due to someone else’s negligence. […]

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The Danger of Falling Debris at Construction Sites

In 2020, approximately 165,300 construction workers suffered non-fatal on-the-job injuries in the United States. That same year, 1,008 construction workers lost their lives in fatal work accidents. The reality of working in the construction industry is dangerous, and the people responsible for building our homes, repairing roads, and improving infrastructure face a real and lasting […]

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What’s the Difference Between Medical Negligence and Malpractice?

Malpractice. Negligence. Liability. Damages. A lot of terms get thrown around in personal injury cases. Each of these terms has a specific meaning as defined by state and federal statutes. In civil law, these definitions are important, as they stipulate who has the right to seek compensation under what conditions. If you were injured by […]

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