Visit the website: http://www.juliebutcherlaw.com/
These are what Julie's clients say about her work:
"I would say that -- that she's a great lawyer that -- that doesn't look at her clients as just a case or a paycheck. She actually gets to know the people and she will absolutely fight to the bitter end for what you deserve."
"I thought she was very professional and after explaining my case to her, probably one of the best things about Julie and one of the things that made me say, yeah, this is my lawyer is that my case infuriated her. I mean, it just made her mad that the insurance company would treat somebody like that... We did get a really good judgment."
"Now I don't have to worry about my future and I don't have to worry about my daughter's future and my wife's future."
"I had known her professionally and I had seen her work before. I had every confidence in her when I went to her."
"Julie was able to hold my hand when I needed it. Keep me cool, calm and collected."
"I'd recommend Julie Butcher and I have."
DO I HAVE A CASE? Call 1-866-77-JULIE to find out now. You might have a case if you've experienced any of the following:
Slip and fall
Spinal cord injury
Denial of insurance benefits
Hit and run
Railroad crossing accident
Failure to diagnose
Nursing home abuse
Rear end collision
Vehicle roll over
Hit by drunk driver
Head on collision
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WHAT COUNTIES AND TOWNS DOES JULIE PRACTICE IN? Julie gets most of her cases from Central Kentucky along the areas roughly marked by I-75, I-64, US 27, US 68, the Bluegrass Parkway and the Mountain Parkway. Those areas include:
|Berea & Richmond
If your area is not listed above, Julie may still be able to help you. Julie can take cases anywhere in Kentucky. She has practiced cases as far North as Covington in Kenton County; as far East as Pikeville in Pike County; as far South as Williamsburg in Whitley County and as far West as Bowling Green in Warren County. Call 1-866-77-JULIE to find out if Julie can help you. back to top ^
SHOULD I GET A LAWYER FROM MY AREA? Some people are more comfortable hiring a lawyer who lives in their community. Other people feel that an outsider will fight harder for them. It is a matter of personal preference.
However, you should pick a lawyer with whom you can communicate; one who will take the time to listen to you. Other important factors you should consider are: experience, expertise, candor, diligence and knowledge. Call 1-866-77-JULIE for a free consultation and judge for yourself if Julie is the right lawyer for you. back to top ^
IS IS A SMALLER LAW FIRM BETTER FOR ME? There are several large law firms around that represent people who have been injured. You may have even called one and if you did, chances are you did not speak with an attorney. You may have even called a local number only to find out you were talking to someone from another corner of the state. If you call our Lexington office, Julie Butcher will speak with you. She will listen, ask questions and tell you immediately whether she thinks she can help you. If needed, she will schedule you for a face to face consultation. If you can't come to the office, home and hospital consultations can be arranged and CONSULTATION COSTS YOU NOTHING. At Julie Butcher's law office you are treated with respect as an individual. You aren't one of hundreds or part of a quota system. Because Julie is a solo practitioner, she is very selective in the cases she accepts. Each of her clients is important to her. Some people equate the size of the law firm with clout. That is not necessarily true. Clout comes from respect in the legal and insurance communities. After thirteen years as an attorney, Julie has earned that respect. She has earned it by being upfront, by working hard and paying attention to detail. back to top ^
I DON'T WANT TO BE EMBARASSED THAT I'VE HIRED A PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER Many law firms advertise. Julie Butcher advertises. The difference is that she believes in the dignity of her clients and the legal process. She feels it demeans both when the advertising focuses on money, money, money. While it is true that in our American system of justice, a monetary settlement or judgment is the desired result of a personal injury case; the amount depends on the facts, the law and often, the available insurance. Other lawyers' appeals to greed do a disservice to all those who have legitimate injuries caused through no fault of their own. Our legal system is based upon trying to make a person whole for what has been taken away, not "getting rich quick." There is no shame in our system of justice! back to top ^
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT FROM MY LAWYER? The most important thing you should expect from your lawyer is candor. Just as you don't go to your doctor to be told what you want to hear, you should not go to a lawyer who tells you your case is terrific and you are sure to get bushels of money. If you do, you are likely to be disappointed by the reality of the situation. Each case and each client are different. Julie Butcher will evaluate your case based upon all the facts known to her and give you her honest assessment. You should also expect regular communication with your lawyer. If you have a question, you deserve a prompt response. Julie Butcher will respond promptly and keep you informed as your case progresses. It's your case, don't be kept in the dark. back to top ^
WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP MY CASE? Your medical records will tell a large part of your story. Therefore, it is important to accurately explain your problems to your medical providers. Delay or large gaps in treatment will be viewed negatively by insurance companies, defense attorneys and jurors. You should also strive to obey your doctors' orders. Finally, you should tell Julie about any other injuries or claims you have had before. It could help to explain the extent of your current problems. back to top