For over 43 years, personal injury lawyer Flora Templeton Stuart has represented those who have been seriously injured in Monroe County due to no fault of their own. We handle a wide array of personal injury cases, including car accidents, semi-truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful deaths, work-related injuries, and more. We have collected millions for our injured clients in Tompkinsville and Monroe County and will fight to get the recovery you deserve.
Located in the Pennyroyal Plateau region of Kentucky, Monroe County is home to miles of rolling hills, pastures, rivers, and plains communities. Monroe County, and its county seat Tompkinsville, is home to various historic sites like the Old Mulkey Meetinghouse State Historic Site, which is the oldest log meetinghouse in Kentucky. Monroe County also offers an assortment of outdoor recreational activities due to its proximity to the Cumberland River.
If you have been injured, the first step in establishing a personal injury case is to receive medical care as soon as possible. Monroe County Medical Center is the closest hospital in the area and is well-equipped to treat your wounds and document your injuries. The next step is to contact our Tompkinsville personal injury lawyers so we can start building your case. We travel to clients who are unable to come to one of our offices and do not collect a fee unless we win your case. Call us today for your free case evaluation. Attorney offices in Bowling Green and Glasgow.
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.
Poppy’s Field Trip, which recognizes schools, students, and educators making a difference in their community, recently visited Monroe County Middle School.