|KY||Authorized to practice law||2015||10/23/2015|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 10 Attorney Award||National Academy Of Personal Injury Attorneys||2017|
|Top 10 Attorney Award||American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys||2017|
|Top 10 Attorney Award||National Academy Of Personal Injury Attorneys||2016|
|MPA Honor Society||Morehead State||2012|
|Outstanding Government IRAPP Student||Morehead State University||2010|
|Kentucky Colonel||Commonwealth of Kentucky||2010|
|Founding Partner and Attorney||Dixie Law Group, PSC||2015 - Present|
|Legal Intern||Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office||2013 - 2013|
|Judicial Office Assistant||22nd Judicial Circuit Court, Judge Dierker, Division 18||2013 - 2014|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Association for Justice||Philanthropy Committee, YLD||2016 - Present|
|Kentucky Justice Association||Board of Governors||2016 - Present|
|Kentucky Bar Association||Member||2015 - Present|
|Louisville Bar Association||Member||2016 - 2017|
|Kentucky Justice Association||Young Member Committee Chair||2015 - 2018|
|Student Bar Association||President||2014 - 2015|
|Delta Tau Delta Housing Corporation||President||2010 - 2016|
|Motor Cycle Wreck||$25,000 - Insurance Limits|
|Car Wreck Case||Settled - $49,000|
|Car Wreck Case||Settled - $32,000|
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|Blog||Do Not Trust Insurance Companies||2016|
|Saint Louis University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2015|
|Morehead State University||Public Administration||MA - Masters||2012|
|Morehead State University||Government, IRAPP||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2010|
|University of Louisville - Brandeis School of Law||Small Law Firm Practice||2016|
|University of Kentucky Law School - Lunch and Learn||Being a Young Plaintiff's Lawyer||2016|
|UK Lunch and Learn||Plaintiff's Law and Small Law Firms||2016|
|2016 Kentucky Law Update||Social Media and E-Discovery||2016|
Posted by James
Mr. May, while young, is clearly on the right path toward great success in Louisville. Following my accident, I contacted his firm in hopes of finding someone who could get me back to work and pay my bills.
Mr. May was suggested and I am glad he was. He got me back to work and taught me some secrets in regards to who is really here to help you (HINT: Its not the insurance company).
I was able to get a settlement that was designed to pay my accident bills in full, as well as the time off work. The best part was that this settlement covered all these bills AFTER attorney fees were paid out.
I consider Mr. May more than an attorney, He's now a friend of the family and will suggest him to anyone who has to suffer a similar situation as I did.
Bradley Sears, Car accident Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Justin is a bright, energetic, and hard-working young lawyer who advocates for his clients. Justin now focuses his practice on representing injured persons in the Louisville area, and his location on Dixie Highway makes his accessible to many of his clients in that area. I offer this endorsement of Justin because of his unwavering advocacy for his clients and his passion for the law.
Thomas Abell, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I met Justin last year when he was an opposing counsel in a case in another county and was impressed with the way he conducted himself inside and outside the courtroom. Since then, he and I have consulted about various personal injury cases and the practice of law in general. Justin is a very bright, hard-working, enthusiastic and resourceful attorney. He is quickly establishing himself as a top lawyer in this community. Since he moved to Louisville to open a law practice, he has become an active member of the Kentucky Justice Association and dedicated his time, talents and advice by speaking to new lawyers across the Commonwealth. Before he became a lawyer, he was a standout student in Fleming County, having been recognized as a Governor's Scholar. I would not hesitate to refer him a client or recommend him to a friend or family member.