Carl D. Frederick, Attorney
Carl Frederick has had an active law practice for the past 36 years in personal injury, medical malpractice, insurance claims denial, construction torts and commercial torts. Carl is certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He has received the highest peer review rating of Martindale Hubbell in competency and ethics of AV. Carl has written and edited three books for other lawyers including: Medical Malpractice Law in Kentucky; Trying the Traumatic Brain Injury Case: Principles and Practice; Kentucky Automobile Forms Manual. He has spoken at numerous seminars, both locally and nationally instructing other lawyers in his areas of special interest. Carl received his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and his law degree from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. He has been licensed to practice in Kentucky, including all state and federal courts, since 1973. Carl recently was awarded the 2009 Kentucky Super Lawyers award in the area of Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice.
|Education:||Vanderbuilt University Bachelor of Engineering|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Kentucky|
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. District Court Western District of Kentucky
U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit
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