Bowling Green, Kentucky

Crocker Law Firm has been part of the Bowling Green Community for more than 15 years. Our downtown Bowling Green office is on the corner of Chestnut Street and Main Avenue, just up the hill from Fountain Square Park. There is ample parking and the building is handicapped accessible.

Ben and Cyndi Crocker founded Crocker Law Firm in 2005 after thirteen years of working for other firms. They built this practice to represent people who have been injured and to take on the insurance companies who try to deny or diminish injury claims.

Crocker Law Firm now has five lawyers and thirteen employees helping thousands of people with car accident cases and other injury claims, including Kentucky Worker’s Compensation claims. We have recovered many millions of dollars for our clients.

Several of our attorneys, including Ben and Cyndi, are licensed and regularly practice in Tennessee as well as Kentucky. If you are in a wreck across the state line, we can practice in Tennessee courts, but also know and can protect your rights under your Kentucky insurance policy.

Although the Crocker Law Firm building is in downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky, the firm represents clients from all over South Central Kentucky. We have many clients from outside Warren County, including Barren, Simpson, Edmonson, Logan, Allen, Hart, Metcalfe, Grayson, and Monroe Counties. If you cannot come to our office in Bowling Green, we can come to your location.

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520 East Main Street is a historic building in downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky. Built in 1938, the building has been home to Trans Financial Bank and Kentucky Legal Aid. This building has been home to Crocker Law Firm’s Bowling Green, Kentucky office since 2007.


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