Amy Key

Amy started working in a personal injury firm while she was still in college. She worked at Hughes and Coleman as an assistant, case manager, and eventually as office manager. After more than 14 years she changed careers and accepted a position as assistant branch manager at US Bank in her hometown of Glasgow, Kentucky. Amy served the bank for eight years as a manager, sales and service coordinator, and financial specialist.

In 2015, Amy returned to her roots and joined the team at Crocker Law Firm. As a case manager, Amy works with attorneys Cyndi Crocker and Robin Hewitt on personal injury claims and with attorney Joseph McReynolds on worker’s compensation claims.

Amy is a graduate of Barren County High School and Western Kentucky University with degrees in Sociology and Psychology. Amy has lived most of her life in Barren County, Kentucky, where she lives now with her husband, Mark and son, Landon. Amy is an avid basketball and football fan. When she is not at work, she is either spending time with her family or attending sporting events.

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