Grover Cox


Grover has practiced law in Kentucky for over 30 years, trying civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts. His goal is to provide to his clients the same quality of legal representation that he would want his loved ones to receive. He provides a personal—straight and plain—explanation of each client’s rights, risks, and potential recovery in litigation and at trial. He has successfully represented claimants and plaintiffs for car and truck collisions, wrongful death, products liability, premises liability, insurance claims, disability appeals, and workers’ compensation. He also represents defendants in all types of criminal cases ranging from traffic citations to death penalty charges.
Graduated from University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 1980
Graduated from Rhodes College in 1977, with Distinction
Graduated from Owensboro High School in 1973, with Honors

Professional Memberships and Associations
Kentucky Bar Association, admitted in 1980
United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, admitted in 1980
Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court
Kentucky Justice Association – Board of Governor’s since 1983
Kentuckiana Boys and Girls Club – Board of Directors since 2008
Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – Member since 2012

Grover was born in Owensboro, Kentucky, in 1955. He has been married for 35 years to Cynthia Field, and they have two grown boys and two grandchildren. Grover served on the City Council and was Mayor of the 4th class city of Graymoor-Devondale. He was an active member of Second Presbyterian Church, coached at Lyndon Recreation, and received the Mayor of Louisville’s Good Neighbor Award in 2007.

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