Attorney Consulting Services: Taking On Complex Legal Matters
Barber Law in Louisville is an established, community-oriented law firm led by a husband and wife team with extensive trial experience in:
- Personal injury
- Domestic relations
- Medical and legal malpractice
- Criminal cases (state and federal)
- Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) cases
- Civil litigation matters
We are comfortable with complex legal matters and frequently spot important, overlooked details related to particular practice areas or jurisdictions.
We have practiced in state and federal courtrooms across Kentucky and before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and are proud to offer our attorney consulting services to solo practitioners and law firms throughout the commonwealth or out of state. We have provided local counsel and traveled to assist with a case pro hac vice, for law firms as close as Indiana and as distant as the U.S. Virgin Islands. To learn more, call us at 502-694-4856.
Your Civil Litigation Guides
Personal injury claims and other civil litigation cases are complicated and require time, money and experience. If you are a lawyer or a law firm that does not typically take these types of cases, need someone familiar with the jurisdiction or find yourself stretched too thin to provide effective representation, we can help shoulder the burden. We are also experienced at taking complex or politically sensitive cases in communities where a local attorney may not feel comfortable.
Our legal team is battle-tested, and we are prepared to put our skills and experience to work for you.
David Barber, our firm’s founder, has honed his trial skills through years in the courtroom, working as a county attorney, an assistant prosecutor and a trial attorney for small civil litigation law firms in Kentucky and the Louisville area. He has represented clients in trials in federal and state courts since 1994, with opposing parties ranging from individuals to huge, multinational corporations.
Beth Barber has continued to develop her courtroom experience ever since she was specially admitted to prosecute a high-profile murder case while still in law school. She has since tried civil and criminal cases in many Kentucky counties.