A Legacy Of
Legal Excellence

A Legacy Of
Legal Excellence

A Mainstay Of Louisville Law For More Than 40 Years

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Our Longevity Is A Testament Of Success

At Turner, Coombs & Malone, PLLC, our law firm has existed in one form or another since the early ’70s. Our youngest partner has 30 years of experience. Our associates have practiced for decades. We care about the cases we take on, and we know how to fight for the best possible outcome. In short, we know what we are doing, and it shows. Conveniently located in downtown Louisville half a block away from the courthouse, we are well-positioned to give our full attention and expertise to the legal challenges you face.

Legal Representation In
Louisville, Kentucky

Ready To Take On Your Legal Concern

Our attorneys practice in a variety of areas. Whatever your legal need, chances are we have an attorney who has handled cases just like yours. Whether you have been injured in an accident, are going through a divorce, have estate planning needs or are embroiled in a contract dispute, we can help. We practice statewide in Kentucky, and have also taken clients 50 to 100 miles away in Indiana.

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Contact Our Firm Today

Ready to discuss your legal needs? Take advantage of your free initial consultation. To schedule your appointment with our Louisville law firm, call 502-584-6375 or send us an email to let us know what’s going on.

Choose A Time-Tested Law Firm. Call 502-584-6375 Today.

Experience Makes A Difference

440 S. Seventh Street
Suite 300
Louisville, KY 40203

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