Albert F. Grasch, Jr.

People bring trial attorneys their most serious problems. To achieve the best possible result, I treat the client’s problem as my problem. It’s not limited to 9 to 5, but rather a challenge constantly being studied, and re-studied, from every perspective until a strategy is developed to achieve the best results for the client. I know of no other way.

Practical Experience

Defense of University in Consumer Protection Act case. Successfully represented a university in a suit brought by the Kentucky Attorney General seeking millions of dollars resulting in a complete dismissal. Set ground-breaking precedent defining the proper calculation of potential violations of the Consumer Protection Act in the context of on-line marketing.

Veteran Judicial Review Act Verdict. Successfully represented a veteran in a precedent-setting Sixth Circuit decision interpreting the applicability of the Veteran Judicial Review Act to medical malpractice actions.

Experienced Trial Attorney. Obtained one of the largest personal injury verdicts in Central Kentucky. Represented the prevailing party in an important decision where Kentucky’s Supreme Court defined permissible contact by opposing counsel of a represented corporate litigant’s employees. Advocated for a veteran’s family in a case resulting in the adoption of modern suicide prevention programs in VA Hospitals.

Proven Expertise

JD, University of Kentucky, 1985, Honors: With High Distinction, Order of the Coif
BA, Transylvania University, 1980, cum laude, Omicron Delta Kappa

Admitted to Practice
U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Professional Achievements
AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating
Kentucky Law Journal

Professional Memberships
Kentucky Bar Association
Fayette County Bar Association, Board of Directors (2023-2024)