November 22, 2018
 
Over the course of his legal career, which has not stretched to three decades, Grover Arnett has worked hard for clients and he has become an excellent attorney. His background means he gives his clients a bit of an edge over many other attorneys. Grover spent a lot of time working on both sides of cases and he knows how to anticipate better than most.

You see, 20+ years ago, Grover Arnett was the Magoffin County Attorney for five years in the late 1990s. In that position as a prosecutor, he compiled an impressive 95 percent DUI conviction rate and played a critical role on a team that engineered the largest drug conviction in county history. When he returned to the Grover Arnett Law Firm, Grover turned it into one of the best full-service law firms in the state of Kentucky. He and his team specialize in personal injury, especially car accident and wrongful death cases, but they are also accomplished with Social Security Disability claims and they rank among the Top 10 in the state for workers' compensation law.
August 23, 2018
 
William Grover Arnett began practicing law in 1989, not long after obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in elementary educations from Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky, and his Juris Doctorate from North Kentucky University’s Salmon P. Chase College of Law. This Kentucky born-and-raise individual settled into the state and, by 1991, had established his own practice within the heart of Salyersville, Kentucky.

In Salyersville, for more than 20 years now, Arnett has focused significantly on personal injury law, including Social Security disability and Kentucky workers’ compensation. His clients come from across the state, particularly for Arnett’s affordability in this specific facet of the law as well as immensely superior counsel in the areas of Social Security disability and the like. He regularly represents clients who need significant assistance in these areas and they turn toward his expertise on a consistent basis -- expertise acquired as a personal attorney and as an elected prosecutor, a role he held for more than five years, from 1994 to 1999, as Magoffin County Attorney. There, he had a 95 percent conviction rate for DUI offenses in addition to assisting with Knott County’s first-ever marijuana cultivation conviction.

Arnett’s immense successes as a county prosecutor established his reputation in the private spectrum and garner attention as he aids individuals with their personal injury disputes across the state of Kentucky.
May 25, 2018
 
Ever since it was established more than a quarter-century ago, the Grover Arnett Law Firm has grown into one of the best full-service law firms in the state of Kentucky. This is why Grover Arnett formed it in the first place. Like Grover himself, the firm practices in a number of areas other than their specialty, which is in the personal injury arena, primarily with car accident and wrongful death cases. That said, Grover Arnett’s firm also specializes in one of the most difficult areas of law with their work on Social Security Disability claims. In addition, the firm is listed among the Top 10 in the state in the area of workers' compensation law.

If that’s not enough, the Grover Arnett Law Firm also has been recognized by one of the most prestigious lawyer-rating firms in the country, Martindale-Hubbell, for not just their high quality legal work, but also for maintaining the highest levels of ethics and integrity in their practice. Many of the accolades received by the Grover Arnett Law Firm are based on their tendency to excel in every practice area, as well as for their results oriented approach. And Grover Arnett wouldn’t have it any other way.

Not only do Grover Arnett and the others at his firm have an excellent track record when it comes to securing the best results for clients, but they also show a high level of respect for their clients, something many law firms can’t claim. Clients head to Grover Arnett's law firm because something about their lives is in disarray, so he tries to use his high level of legal expertise to make their life easier.