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William H. Partin, Jr.

Email: wpartin@whtlaw.com

Practice Areas:
Automobile / Motor Vehicle Litigation
Construction Law
Insurance Defense
Premises Liability
Products Liability Defense
Trucking & Transportation Litigation

1989, Kentucky
1990, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky
1993, Tennessee
1994, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Tennessee

University of Kentucky, B.A., 1986
University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D., 1989

Fayette County Bar Association
Kentucky Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Associations

Born: Richmond, Kentucky, April 30, 1964


Bill is a partner in the firm concentrating his practice in insurance defense and all types of tort litigation which includes product liability, blasting, construction, trucking, motor venhicle, premises liability, and workers’ compensation. He has extensive trial experience, having conducted some twenty jury trials in Kentucky and Tennessee combined, as well as a number of bench trials and workers’ compensation trial hearings. Bill has handled appellate cases in both Kentucky and Tennessee and was most recently upheld on appeal of a summary  judgment obtained on a construction zone case.

Bill was born in Richmond, Kentucky, April 30, 1964. He grew up in Lexington, Kentucky, and played high school golf and basketball. After a short stint at West Point, he returned home to attend the University of Kentucky. While an undergraduate, Bill was the treasurer and an executive officer of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. While in law school, Bill was on the Moot Court Board and served as treasurer of the student bar association. Bill has refereed high school varsity basketball since 1999.

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