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Kentucky Personal Injury Blog Launches in Honor of Tad Thomas’ Return to Private Practice Full-Time

Published on Jan 27, 2011 at 8:50 pm in Personal Injury.

Welcome to the Kentucky Personal Injury Blog of Tad Thomas, Attorney at Law.

For the last year, I have been concluding my work at the Office of the Kentucky Attorney General where I supervised the operations of four divisions as well as supervised the office’s civil litigation. I am looking forward to continuing to devote my time to civil litigation and the representation of individuals and companies harmed due to the negligent or reckless acts of others by returning to private practice full-time.

Let me say how proud I am to have served with Attorney General Conway and the dedicated men and women who spend their day advocating for the rights of the citizens of the Commonwealth. It was a tremendous opportunity. On my last day in the office on December 17, 2010, I was honored by Attorney Conway by being presented with a Distinguished Service Citation, which stated the following: “Tad’s leadership and desire to fight for the citizens of our Commonwealth took the Civil Division of our office to the next level.”

In returning to practicing law full-time, my office is located only two blocks from the Louisville courthouses, lending me timely and simple access to the judicial system to work on the behalf of my clients.
Those who wish to learn more about the laws surrounding auto accidents, dangerous drugs, business/commercial litigation, wrongful death, class action, accounting auditing malpractice, premises liability, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, truck accidents, and other areas of Kentucky law are welcome to check back to my legal blog frequently. The Tad Thomas Kentucky Personal Injury Blog will also address the latest in Kentucky personal injury news to provide Kentuckians with information regarding their legal rights and options if they have been harmed by another party.