Also known as Will Nefzger

William Daniel Nefzger
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William Daniel Nefzger

Defective and Dangerous Products Attorney
Louisville, KY

AVVO

RATING

10.0

No Misconduct

Languages

English

About Me

Will Nefzger primarily devotes his practice to representing those who have been harmed by the careless or reckless actions of others throughout the entire Commonwealth of Kentucky as well as nationally. Wills experience representing clients ranges from pre-lawsuit dispute and case resolution to appeals in the Supreme Court of Kentucky as well as every step in between, including serving as primary...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Fees

Contingent (35%-40%), Free Consultation (60 minutes)

Client Reviews

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A lawyer who goes above and beyond the expected!

Posted by: Jennifer 3 months ago.

When I was in rehabilitation, I called several lawyers, and no one would listen to my story. Will was the first I called that listened and cared....
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Endorsements

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Alex White
Alex White

Louisville, KY

2 days ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Call Will to get an advantage on your case.
Lakota Robin Denton
Lakota Denton

Asheville, NC

10 months ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse this lawyer.
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Résumé

License

2000 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of Kentucky.
Last updated by Avvo: 02/08/2012
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2007 – present

Bahe Cook Cantley & Nefzger PLC

Education

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2000 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

Awards

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2011 Excellence Award

American Association for Justice, New Lawyers Division

Associations

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2004- present State Delegate

American Association for Justice


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Portfolio

Publications

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2000 Confessions and Inculpatory Statements in Louisiana: The Search for a Protective Standard While Keeping the Rubber Hose within Reach

Loyola Law Review