Mitchell Berryman and his staff are dedicated to the Berryman Law Offices’ clients and the pursuit of justice, providing personal attention to clients and their cases in the following areas of law:

1. Personal Injury, including but not limited to automotive accidents, truck accidents, and fire accidents.

2. Wrongful death

3. Criminal law including misdemeanors and felonies

4. Traffic law including speeding tickets and DUI cases

5. Family law (divorce, custody, adoption, Emergency Protection Orders and Domestic Violence Orders)

6. Probate law (wills and estates)

Mitchell Berryman has represented people throughout the state of Kentucky, with most of his cases being in Central and Eastern Kentucky, including, but not limited to, the City of Winchester in Clark County; the City of Mt. Sterling in Montgomery County; the City of Stanton in Powell County; the City of Richmond in Madison County; the City of Paris in Bourbon County; the City of Lexington in Fayette County; the City of Irvine in Estill County; the City of Georgetown in Scott County; the City of Versailles in Woodford County; and the City of Frenchburg in Menifee County.

Every case accepted by the Berryman Law Offices is important whether the case is large or small, even in criminal cases with the help of resources as national pardon centre that help with these cases. Consultations are free. Your calls will be returned promptly.


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