|Our Attorneys work individually and as a team,
so that each case is handled in the manner
necessary to maximize the recovery for the
client. While each attorney is experienced in the
areas in which the firm practices, oftentimes
cases will be assigned to our attorneys based
upon the particular area of law, or issues
presented, in a particular case. But you can rest
assured, knowing that your case is being
handled in order to protect your interests.
Bruce Garrett Anderson has more than 21 years experience
as a personal injury lawyer, and is currently a member of the
Louisville and Kentucky Bar Associations, the Kentucky
Justice Association, and the American Association for
Justice. His experience includes practice in the areas of
automobile negligence, defective design, care and
maintenance of property, workers' compensation, products
liability, professional negligence, complex insurance
coverage issues, and general trial and appellate work before
both state and federal courts.
Bruce is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts
of Kentucky, including the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth
Circuit. His published cases include: Mallory v. Mallory, Ky.,
862 S.W.2d 879 (1993); Capital Holding Corp. v. Bailey, Ky.,
873 S.W.2d 187 (1994); Sunrise Turquoise v. Chemical Design
Co., Ky. App., 899 S.W.2d 856 (1995); Brady v. McAllister (In re
Brady), 101 F.3d 1165 (6th Cir. 1996);Patterson v. Patterson
(In re Patterson), 199 B.R. 21 (W.D. Ky. Bkrtcy.1996); Tile
House v. Cumberland Fed. Sav. Bank, Ky., 942 S.W.2d 904
(1997); Hill v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., 44 F. Supp. 2d 837
(W.D. KY, 1999); and Spanish Cove Sanitation, Inc. v.
Louisville-Jefferson County Metro. Sewer Dist., Ky., 72 S.W.
3d 918 (2002).
Liddell Vaughn was born in Laurel County, Kentucky and
attended Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond. He
attended the Brandeis School of Law at the University of
Louisville, graduating in 1997 ranked ninth in his class.
Mr. Vaughn went to work for the law firm of Hargadon,
Lenihan, Harbolt & Herrington immediately after graduation
from law school and practiced there until forming Walker,
Vaughn & Wallace, PLLC in 2002. He has focused his practice
on representing injured plaintiffs, receiving several
settlements or judgments in excess of $100,000 on behalf of
his clients, including a recent $3,700,000 jury verdict in 2013.
In 2011, Mr. Vaughn merged with Bruce Anderson and Brian
Allen, becoming , PLLC. This move allowed Mr. Vaughn to
concentrate on advocating for his clients, rather than
dealing with the administrative issues of running a firm, thus
allowing him to better serve his clients with the expanded
resources available to him at the Firm.
Mr. Vaughn practices in the areas of personal injury law,
worker’s compensation, land disputes, and criminal defense.
He practices in nearly every county in Kentucky, focusing
upon Jefferson, Bullitt, Pulaski, Whitley, and Laurel County
Brian C. Allen is a 2005 graduate of the University of Dayton
School of Law. A native of Louisville, he is also a 1996
graduate of St. Xavier High School, and a 2001 graduate of
Eastern Kentucky University. Brian is admitted to practice
before all Courts in the State of Kentucky, including the
Federal Eastern and Western District Courts in Kentucky,
and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. His areas of practice
are Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation. He is a
member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Louisville Bar
Association, and Kentucky Justice Association.
|Welcome to The Law Offices of
Anderson, Vaughn and Allen, PLLC
Caring Attorneys for Serious Injuries