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About The Firm

The law firm of Erdmann & Stumbo, PLLC, handles personal injury, wrongful death, and social security disability cases throughout Kentucky on behalf of injured people and their families. The law firm’s office is located at 1000 Commercial Drive, Suite 3, Richmond, Kentucky 40475, one building away from the Social Security Administration office. The partners, Cory Erdmann and Brooks Stumbo have practiced law together since 2008.

Erdmann and Stumbo have handled numerous personal injury, wrongful death, and social security disability cases, including cases involving: automobile and motorcycle accidents, tractor-trailer and trucking accidents, medical negligence, hospital negligence, nursing home neglect and abuse, dog bites, and defective products. Some of the law firm’s recent personal injury and wrongful death verdicts and settlements are listed on our Verdicts & Settlements page.

The selection of a Kentucky personal injury lawyer to represent you when you or a loved one has been injured is an important decision. It is essential to choose an attorney who has a winning combination of education, training, and experience, and to not make decisions based solely upon what you see in television commercials, read on the internet, or see in the phonebook. While phone book and television advertisements can provide limited information about a particular law firm, it is valuable to get to know the attorney or attorneys that will be directly handling your case.

We, at Erdmann & Stumbo, PLLC, are dedicated to our clients and want to make sure that you make the right decision in selecting us as your personal injury lawyers. To do that, every initial consultation we provide for someone who may have a personal injury or wrongful death claim is FREE OF CHARGE AND WITH NO OBLIGATION. We also take all personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you do not pay or owe us a cent unless we settle your case or receive a verdict and judgment in your case.* Simply, you only pay us if we win or settle your case!