Pat McElhone named to 2018 Best Lawyers® list

Louisville, Ky, September 20, 2017 — Best Lawyers® is pleased to announce that Pat McElhone has been included in the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.

Best Lawyers has published their list for over three decades, earning the respect of the profession, the media, and the public as the most reliable, unbiased source of legal referrals. Its first international list was published in 2006 and since then has grown to provide lists in over 75 countries.

"For more than a third of the century," says CEO Steven Naifeh, "Best Lawyers has been the gold standard of excellence in the legal profession." President Phil Greer adds, "We are extremely proud of that record and equally proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of these exceptional legal professionals."

Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in America list are divided by geographic region and practice areas. They are reviewed by their peers on the basis of professional expertise, and undergo an authentication process to make sure they are in current practice and in good standing.

Pat McElhone has over 20 years of experience handling serious personal injury and death claims. He has recovered millions of dollars for his clients through trial or settlement. Pat has handled almost every type of injury case including car wrecks, tractor-trailer wrecks, motorcycle collisions, slip and falls, workers' compensation, products liability, dog bites, and medical malpractice to name a few.
In addition to being named to Best Lawyers, Pat has received numerous awards and honors including being honored in Louisville Magazine as one of Louisville's Top Attorney's. He has also been named one of the top trial lawyers in the state of Kentucky by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He also was invited to join the exclusive Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Pat has handled cases that range from minor automobile wrecks to complex cases of wrongful death against some of the country's biggest corporations.