Flora Templeton Stuart has represented the seriously injured for 40 years. Call her 24/7 for a free consult with a local attorney with the experience to get results . The law firm who cares about you.
Flora's extensive trial experience for several years as a public advocate and 42 years of representing the injured has enabled her to not only collect millions for my seriously injured clients but give them a future.
Flora's firm has established lifetime income for clients, assisted in purchasing homes, and established college funds for injured children from settlements and verdicts in their personal injury cases.
This is Flora's passion. She goes to work every day to make a difference in my community and the lives of my clients.
When you call Flora, you will get personal representation, not only from an attorney who has collected millions for clients but from an attorney who truly cares.
607 E 10th Ave.
Bowling Green KY 42101
open 24 hours
Flora Templeton Stuart
English and Spanish
213 S. Green Street
We practice law to make a difference in the lives of our clients. Flora Templeton Stuart puts her 40 years of experience representing the injured to get the results they deserve.
She earned her Bachelor in Arts degree at Western Kentucky University in 1972
My J.D. is from Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law, earned in 1976.
As a WKU college student and a young mother with a baby to support, Flora always wanted to make a difference in the world.
Before becoming a lawyer, Flora was a teacher. She worked her way through law school as a waitress, supporting her daughter.
As one of just of just a few women in the early 70's to attend law school, Flora became the first female attorney to try a case in court in Bowling Green.
Flora gained national notoriety with the representation of Marla Pitchford and her acquittal appeared on Good Morning America, Phil Donahue and media throughout the world.
Ms. Stuart has been recognized in Time Magazine, Newsweek, and Career Journal with appearances on Good Morning America and Phil Donahue. She has handled several cases of notoriety and focuses on representing those injured by neglectful or reckless acts of others. As a deeply committed resident of southwest Kentucky, Flora is dedicated to community service and is involved in numerous local events and campaigns. Her frequent contributions give a voice to those in need."
Westren Kentucky University and Salmon Chase Law School
BA and JD, 1972
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