Louisville, KY (PRWEB) August 31, 2011
In a move counter to economic indicators, Becker Law Office is expanding to serve more clients who need legal help after being injured. The firm has brought in new attorneys in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, as well as new paralegal and support professionals to help clients who have been injured by vehicle accidents, faulty products or other types of negligence.
In Louisville, Amanda Mullaney has joined the Becker Law Office as an Associate Attorney. Mullaney has experience serving clients with disability claims denied by the Social Security Administration or the Commonwealth of Kentucky Retirement System, and in other areas of disability. Mullaney earned both her undergraduate degree and law degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She is admitted to practice law in both Missouri and Kentucky.
In Lexington, L. Reed Lorch has joined the Becker Law Office as an Associate Attorney. His previous experience working as an internal insurance claim manager gives him valuable perspective on all areas of personal injury law and how best to present case information for insurance claim approval. Lorch earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky and his law degree from Northern Kentucky University Chase School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in Kentucky.
Changes have also been made to give more attention to the growing number of nursing home negligence and abuse cases, including the growing concerns about possible bed bug infestations.
New paralegals have also been bought in to serve a wide range of injured clients, and Becker Law Office is now serving Spanish-speaking clients.
Becker Law Office is a personal Injury law firm with offices in Louisville and Lexington, KY, and has been in business for more than 25 years. The firm works with people injured by others' negligence through vehicle accidents, slip & fall, defective products, drug side effects, nursing home abuse, dog bites or other injury. Becker Law Office is a top rated group of lawyers according to peer review, and rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.