I am a former Staff Attorney with both the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy... more
I am a former Staff Attorney with both the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy and the Maryland Office of Public Defender. I have experience in felony and misdemeanor criminal and family law.As a former Public Defender, I have had substantial courtroom experience and am comfortable advocating my clients’ positions in a variety of different forums. I have experience with document production, ... view profile
My practice is all about my clients. I will return your calls, answer all your... more
My practice is all about my clients. I will return your calls, answer all your questions, and be open and honest about your case. I know that when you need a lawyer, it is often a difficult and stressful time for you. I will help you through the process and make things as smooth as possible. Your case is about more than just money, it often may affect your life. I understand that, and I will a... view profile
Benjamin "Tom" Pugh was admitted to practice in 2010 and is currently an Associate... more
Benjamin "Tom" Pugh was admitted to practice in 2010 and is currently an Associate Attorney with the O,Hara, Ruberg, Taylor, Sloand & Sergent. He is licensed in both Ohio and Kentucky. He has extensive insurance experience after spending three years in the industry. During law school, he externed with the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy serving in the Kentucky Innocence Project. Tom focu... view profile
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