Personal injury lawyer Flora Templeton Stuart has represented the injured in Liberty, Casey County for over 43 years. We handle serious injuries resulting from car-accidents, semi-truck accidents, and other personal injuries caused by the negligence of another. If you have been injured in Casey County, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney immediately. Also, it is important to seek medical care for your injuries as soon as possible. The nearest hospital in the area is Casey County Hospital in downtown Liberty. If you are not able to travel to one of our offices in Glasgow or Bowling Green, we can meet with you at the hospital, in your home, or at the scene.
Casey County was established in 1806 and is named after the war hero and pioneer settler Colonel William Casey. Liberty, the county seat, is the largest city in Casey County and the commercial hub of the area. Casey County is best known for its annual Apple Festival where the world’s largest apple pie is made.
We take pride in being a part of the Liberty community and will fight for our injured Casey County clients. We have collected millions and there is no fee unless we win your case. Call us today for a free case evaluation. Attorney offices in Glasgow & Bowling Green.
When she’s not engaged in her legal practice, Flora is out in the community, helping in the schools, charities, and fundraising events. If you’ve been out and about, you might have seen her law firm’s mascots, Poppy and Pixie, the raccoons. She has donated over $200,000 to charities and fundraisers over the years including: BG OnStage, Stuff the Bus, Lions Club, Toys for Tots for Southern KY, International Center of KY, Band Together BG, Poppy Field Trips, Thunderfest, Holy Spirit Catholic Church, South Central KY Kids on the Block, Operation Stand Down, Buddy Walk, and Save Our Kids Coalition.