Law Offices of Herren & Adams LLP
The Law Offices of Herren & Adams LLP represents clients in personal injury and product liability cases. The Kentucky law firm fights to recover compensation for individuals and families harmed by the negligence of others. Based in Lexington, the law firm offers free consultations for prospective clients. All cases are handled on a contingency basis. Clients only pay the firm attorneys' fees if the lawyers obtain financial compensation for them in a trial or settlement.
Lexington attorneys Tom Herren and Charles C. Adams, Jr. are Kentucky natives with decades of experience taking client accident and injury cases to trial. They have secured million and multi-million dollar verdicts for clients in catastrophic injury cases. The Kentucky trial lawyers have obtained jury verdicts with punitive damages that were affirmed on appeal. Attorneys Herren and Adams believe that to maximize a client's financial recovery, defendants and insurance companies that offer the firm's clients anything less than fair compensation must risk facing a Kentucky jury's decision. Law Offices of Herren & Adams LLP invests in the resources to prepare serious personal injury cases for trial. The firm works with knowledgeable expert witnesses, and is prepared to spend whatever it takes to prove a client's case.
Lexington native Thomas K. Herren went to law school and college at the University of Kentucky. He is admitted to practice in Kentucky, and is a member of many local and national legal organizations. These include the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, Kentucky Justice Association, Fayette County Bar Association, and the American Association of Justice. Charles C. Adams, Jr. was born and raised in Somerset, Kentucky. As the son of two lawyers, he learned to appreciate the law at a young age. Mr. Adams is admitted to practice law in all Kentucky state, federal and appellate courts. He is recognized by his peers with a preeminent 'AV' rating from Martindale-Hubbell for his legal abilities and ethics. He was elected President of the Kentucky Justice Association in 2002, and is a member of the Fayette County Bar Association and American Association for Justice.