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  • William D. Nefzger William D. Nefzger

    Partner & Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer

    Will Nefzger primarily devotes his practice to representing those who have been harmed by the careless or willful actions of others throughout the entire Commonwealth of Kentucky. Will’s experience representing clients ranges from pre-lawsuit dispute and case resolution to appeals in the Supreme Court of Kentucky as well as every step in between, including serving as primary trial counsel in numerous jury trials.

    • He has the experience and knowledge to help clients in a variety of matters, including:
    • Motorcycle, truck, and car accidents
    • Boating accidents
    • Brain injury
    • Dangerous drugs
    • Dog bites and animal attacks
    • Fire and burn injuries
    • Injury to minors
    • Medical malpractice
    • Nursing home neglect or abuse
    • Personal injury litigation
    • Workplace accidents and workers' compensation
    • Wrongful death
    • Consumer protection
    • Insurance bad faith and unfair claims settlement actions
    • Premises liability (slip and fall, trip and fall, and unsafe conditions)

    Will dedicates himself to the zealous, honest, ethical, and skillful representation of his clients and is committed to practicing law with integrity and the highest regard for the rules governing the professional conduct of attorneys. He believes the trial by jury to be one of the most important principles underpinning our democracy and opposes all attempts to erode it.

    • Education:

    • J.D., Loyola University of New Orleans, 2000
      • Loyola Law Review Member (membership extended to those in the top 10% of their class)
    • BA, University of Vermont, 1996
    • Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice:

    • Kentucky - All State and Federal Courts (Western and Eastern District), 2000
    • Professional & Bar Association Memberships:

    • Kentucky Bar Association
    • Louisville Bar Association
    • Public Service Committee Chair
      • Member from 2008 - 2009
    • Kentucky Justice Association
    • American Association for Justice
      • Member since 2004
    • New Lawyers Division Board of Governors and Co-Public Service Committee Chair
    • Publications:

    • Confessions and Inculpatory Statements in Louisiana: The Search for a Protective Standard While Keeping the Rubber Hose within Reach, 46 Loy. L. Rev. 277-298 (2000)
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