Assisting Injury Victims Since 1991
Since 1991, Brett Oppenheimer, our founding attorney, has had the honor of fighting for victims and families who have suffered serious losses due to personal injury. Brett Oppenheimer has a wealth of experience in cases involving personal injury, auto accidents, nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, defective drugs, product liability, and more. In addition to years of work in Kentucky, being born and raised in Louisville has given Brett Oppenheimer a unique ability to understand and best protect the interests of his clients.
Currently, Brett Oppenheimer lives and practices law in Louisville, Kentucky, pursuing cases statewide. He has a wife, Laurie, and two boys, Ben and Blake.
What Sets Him Apart?
- Impressive Accomplishments - Millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements
- Accessibility – Every call is returned, every email is answered promptly
- Hands-On Counsel – He handles cases himself from start to finish
- Reputation – His peers respect him and his clients love him
Through his assiduous legal work, Brett Oppenheimer strives to make nursing homes and hospitals safer for patients, and to make doctors more careful. Brett also works hard to hold negligent product manufacturers responsible when they have made unreasonably dangerous products which have harmed consumers. Most importantly, however, Brett Oppenheimer strives to protect the interests of Kentucky's people by helping them receive fair compensation after injuries and other losses.
- University of Florida, B.S. in Marketing, 1987
- University of Louisville, School of Law, J.D., 1991
- Kentucky State Bar
- U.S. District Court Western District of Kentucky
Guiding Clients Through Tough Times
If you or a loved one has suffered because of another party's negligence or wrongful actions, Brett Oppenheimer would like to speak with you about your case to see how he can help you. Brett will speak with you as many times as necessary AT NO CHARGE until you and he can determine if his team can help. Brett Oppenheimer works on a contingency fee basis. This means that if Brett and his team are unsuccessful, you will pay no fee nor will you be responsible for court costs and expenses (unless otherwise agreed).