“Justice for all. That is the unwavering commitment of the trial attorneys of the Kentucky Justice Association. Our mission is to ensure that every Kentuckian gets a fair and just settlement in our courts. Justice for all, no matter how big or powerful the opposition. Justice for all, no matter which special interest group doesn’t like it. Justice for all. It’s what we do.”
The above quote is from the Kentucky Justice Association (“KJA”) website. It epitomizes the experience and professionalism demonstrated by their 2022 President, Robert D. Mattingly of DeCamillis & Mattingly, PLLC.
Through his leadership with KJA, Rob will lead their fight to represent Kentuckians by being a “strong political voice for the individual victim and consumer rights.”
Advocate Capital, Inc. is proud to work with the team at DeCamillis & Mattingly, PLLC, and support their efforts to fight for “justice for all” for their clients and community. As their website states, their reputation is their trademark, and their trademark is strong.
Robert and his law partner, John DeCamillis, founded the firm in 1999 in Louisville, KY. They are both Louisville natives who received their law degree from the University of Louisville Law School. Rob and John and their associate attorney Amanda Hartley have “seventy years of combined experience.” They are changing lives in the community where they grew up. Their fight for justice is personal and successful, including “more than $100 Million in money recovered” for their clients, “particularly in Kentucky personal injury and wrongful death cases.”
Specifically, the firm’s cases include wrongful death, personal injury, including motor vehicle collisions, large and semi-truck collisions, insurance law, liquor liability, drownings, electrocution, utility negligence, premises liability, and products liability.
Advocate Capital, Inc. is honored to recognize Rob Mattingly’s appointment as the 2022 President of the Kentucky Justice Association and the work he and his team at DeCamillis & Mattingly, PLLC do every day.