Ben Crocker

Attorney Ben Crocker is a founding partner of Crocker Law Firm, along with his wife, Cyndi Crocker.Ben is a trial attorney with more than 25 years of litigation experience.

Ben earned his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas, where he graduated with honors in 1988.

Ben earned his law degree at the University of Kentucky in 1992. He is licensed to practice in Kentucky and Tennessee and litigates cases in both states.

Ben grew up in Franklin, Kentucky.  He was the 1984 valedictorian of Franklin Simpson High School, and spent his summers working at the Franklin pool.

Ben’s father, Ken Crocker, was a veterinarian in Simpson County.  His mother, Helen Crocker, was a history professor at Western Kentucky University.  She was also a distinguished artist whose works are shown throughout the area, including at Crocker Law Firm.

Ben and Cyndi have three adult sons, Alex, Drew, and Reed.  Ben is an avid backpacker and camper, interests he shares with his wife and sons. He has played volleyball since high school, and continues to play in several leagues.

Ben coached recreational soccer and basketball in Bowling Green until all of his sons outgrew him as a coach.

Juris Doctorate, University of Kentucky School of Law, 1992

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas, 1988
Graduated with Honors
Member of Pi Tau Sigma and Tau Beta Pi

  • Kentucky
  • Tennessee
  • The United States District Court of Eastern Kentucky
  • The United States District Court of Western Kentucky

Greenbaum, Doll, & McDonald
Litigation Attorney
Lexington, KY
1992 – 1996

Hixon, Downey and Travelsted
Litigation Attorney
Bowling Green, KY

Travelsted and Crocker, PSC
Managing Partner
Bowling Green, KY

Crocker Law Firm, PLLC
Managing Partner
Bowling Green, KY
2005 – Present

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