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IMG_4450Adam Futrell has spent a lifetime and built a career serving those who need help. From one of the South’s most respected law firms, to the Attorney General’s Office, and now in his independent law practice, Adam’s passion has remained. . . justice.

People injured in accidents or discriminated against at work have learned that they can trust Adam Futrell to listen to their needs, fight for their rights, and get the results they deserve.

Businesses in Kentucky, Illinois, and Tennessee know they can trust Adam to advise them and work through their most important business disputes.

A proud native of Western Kentucky, Adam graduated from Murray State University and Vanderbilt Law School. Today, he and his wife raise their daughter in Paducah and stay active in the community. Adam spends his free time obsessively following UK basketball, enjoying the outdoors, and reading about politics and history.

We are lucky enough to steal a few minutes from Adam and find out why exactly he has ventured out on his own.

Having your own business automatically makes you an Entrepreneur, so why did you decided to start a law firm?

I started my business to bring high quality legal representation to people injured by accidents or victimised by discrimination in Western Kentucky.

What sets you apart from your competitors?

I offer free consultations and reasonable rates for representation in accident and discrimination cases. I serve my clients with empathy and excellence, determining what their goals are and how to best achieve them.

What type of legal areas do you cover?

  • Injury Law
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Whistleblowers Protection

Finally what are the greatest challenges you face in business?

Dealing with insurance companies and adjusters who don’t want to make a reasonable settlement offer can be challenging, but we have had real success negotiating for our clients.

It was indeed a pleasure to speak with Adam and indeed wish him all the best with his Law Firm.

If you are in the area Adam encourages you to stop by and say hello. Make sure you make an appointment via his online website.