Grover Arnett

Grover Arnett, Attorney at Law, runs a full service law firm in Salyersville, Kentucky, in Eastern Kentucky. The law firm practices law in a wide range of fields, including Car Wrecks and Death Cases, Social Security, Disability, Supplemental Security Income, Personal Injury, Insurance Claims, and Kentucky Worker’s Compensation. It is a well respected law firm chiefly because its clients have seen that the attorneys working there will endeavor to achieve the best results possible for them.

Lexis Nexis Martindale-Hubbell, which is the publisher of perhaps the most widely respected law firm directory in the United States and which has a 140 year history, recently recognized Grover Arnett Attorneys at Law for the high quality of the legal work that is done there, as well as the high ethical standards they have in place. According to Martindale-Hubbell, numerous fellow attorneys have rated the quality of Grover Arnett’s work highly. He is proud to be respected by his clients and by peers within the industry at large.

Grover Arnett has always insisted on offering the highest possible quality services to his clients. He is an attorney who strives for excellence in the courtroom and in his office, when communicating with clients. Arnett Grover himself has been involved in helping injured and disabled people in Kentucky for more than two and a half decades. So, to say he is experienced in this field would be an incredible understatement.

Grover Arnett is well acquainted with the process of representing injured workers on worker’s compensation claims and social security disability claims. These take time, but he works to get them processed as quickly and as efficiently as is possible. This is why Grover Arnett is ranked as one of the top ten worker’s compensation attorneys in Kentucky, despite not working for one of the highly marketed corporate firms. Over the course of his lengthy law career, Grover Arnett has represented people from all walks of life on social security disability claims, whether they lived in the city or on a farm, worked in a factory or in the mines, black, white, young, old, bad back, or broken foot—he has seen it all.