Brandon Voelker has been honored to have a career since 1999 that allows him to help people. His practice areas are broad, from drafting a simple will to handling a multimillion dollar class action. As a new attorney, Brandon gained valuable trial experience as an Assistant Kenton County Attorney Fiscal Court. The experience and knowledge, helped in developing a practice for both litigation and municipal law. Prosecutorial experience provides trial experience that no other job or training can compare. As an Assistant County Attorney, Brandon was able to engage in private practice, where he began a legal career focused on helping individuals, including matters such as workers' compensation, bankruptcy, personal injury, family and other types of general litigation. This type of representation continues to this day. In addition to, Brandon has handled numerous class actions and was fortunate enough to be asked by victims in the Erpenbeck Scandal to serve as their counsel. The representation was featured on CNBC's American Greed. Brandon has always been active in his community, previously serving as a Trustee to his church and was recently honored to be appointed to serve on the Kentucky Employer's Mutual Insurance Company's Board of Directors by Governor Bevin. Brandon is married to his loving wife, Caitlin, and they have four children, ranging from 14-4 years of age, with the youngest being the only boy. Brandon grew up in Alexandria, Kentucky, and attended the University of Kentucky for both undergrad and law school. Brandon, Caitlin and the kids, presently reside in Cold Spring, Kentucky, where they are active with their parish, St. Joseph Cold Spring, Church.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Business Law
- Gov & Administrative Law
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- 6th Circuit
- English: Spoken, Written
- University of Kentucky College of Law
- J.D. (1999) | Law
- University of Kentucky
- B.A. (1996) | Histoy/Political Science
- Honors: Deans List
- Activities: Sigma Pi Fraternity, Student Government Association, UK Athletics Board
- Kentucky State Bar
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- Q. Can a pedestrian be at fault in any way if they are injured by a car?
- A: Yes, Kentucky is a comparative fault state. A jury will decide the level of fault for each party. A person can be assinged 1-100% of the fault. For example, if the jury determines the pedestrian was at fault at all, they could be assigned a percentage of fault. For example, jury finds $100,000 in damages, but pedestrian 50% at fault, the pedestrian would receive $50,000
- Q. I need help with the charge of promoting contraband in the 1st degree. I am scared to death, need advice
- A: Normally most criminal statutes will require intent. You will need to speak with your public defender and advise of all facts. Appears intent will be difficult for the Commonwealth to prove.
- Q. Is driving after smoking marijuana considered a DUI in Kentucky?
- A: Yes, driving under the influence can be based on any substance that impairs a persons ability to drive
- Q. Can you file chapter 7 on federal income taxes
- A: Yes, there are very specific rules, but first and foremost, that you filed all returns timely and they were not fraudulent. You should contact a bankruptcy attorney to discuss your specific situation.
- Q. If an employee was full time when work related incident happened and got workers comp but changes status from full time
- A: It depends on whether the worker has returned to work and what workers compensation benefit being referred to. If you return to work, after receiving TTD benefits, and then are reduced in hours, you will probably not receive additional TTD benefits. Your medical and all other workers compensation benefits should continue