Personal Injury Lawyer Karl Truman Selected to Join the 100 Million Dollar Club by the American Academy of Attorneys

The organization recognizes lawyers and law firms that earn $100 million or more in verdicts and settlements for their clients.

    LOUISVILLE, KY, December 17, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Karl Truman Law Office announced on Wednesday that attorney Karl Truman is now a member of the prestigious 100 Million Dollar Club[1]. Part of the American Academy of Attorneys, this is an invitation-only national organization dedicated to the promotion of excellence in the field of law and recognizing those top-tier attorneys who exemplify excellence. The organization recognizes lawyers and law firms that earn $100 million or more in verdicts and settlements for their clients. Less than 1 percent of all attorneys will be nominated to be a member of this organization.

“I am very proud to be recognized by the American Academy of Attorneys for the justice I have achieved on my clients’ behalf,” Truman said. “However, this recognition is about more than money to me – it symbolizes the impact I have been able to make on the lives of each of my clients, along with the integrity and tenacity I give to every case. The reason I am able to get clients the full compensation they deserve for their injuries is because of the hard work and dedication we put in to prove their case.”

Client testimonials on the Karl Truman Law Office website[2] attest to the quality of service Truman and his team provide. This dedication has resulted in significant financial recoveries, but the ultimate outcome is often immeasurable: actual clients share detailed stories of how the Karl Truman Law Office gave them peace of mind in the wake of serious injury or the loss of a loved one.

Multiple reviews praise the professionalism, knowledge, and care the Karl Truman Law Office brought to each aspect of the case, as well as their satisfaction with the results the firm achieved.

In addition to membership in the 100 Million Dollar Club, Truman has also been recognized by legal organizations such as the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the Mass Tort Trial Lawyers Association, and more. He is dual board-certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, holding certifications in both civil trial law and civil practice law.

The Karl Truman Law Office represents clients and their families in personal injury and wrongful death cases involving car, truck, and motorcycle accidents; dog bite injuries; dangerous drugs and medical devices; nursing home abuse; negligent supervision in schools; and more. Attorneys at the firm also have experience pursuing disability benefits for clients in workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability Insurance, and veterans’ disability claims.

As a 28-year veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve (retiring with the rank of lieutenant colonel in 2009), Truman is proud to help those who have served our country receive the benefits to which they are entitled. The claims process for veterans’ disability benefits[3] is often complicated, but Truman considers it a privilege to use both his legal experience and knowledge of the American military to help vets overcome hurdles to the benefits they deserve.

The Karl Truman Law Office is enthusiastically involved in a number of community events that celebrate and support servicemen and servicewomen, including:

Honor Flight Bluegrass[4], an organization that flies Kentucky-based veterans of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War to Washington, D.C., and escorts them to memorials commemorating their heroism

• Operation Christmas Spirit, which delivers holiday meals to 10 Kentucky military families nominated by people in the community

The Kentucky Veterans of the Year[5], which recognizes one male and one female veteran for their military service and ongoing community involvement

Truman has a longstanding connection to the areas of Louisville, Kentucky, and Jeffersonville, Indiana. He was raised in nearby Taylorsville, completed his undergraduate education at the University of Kentucky, and returned to Louisville to earn his law degree at the University of Louisville.

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