Jon Heck

Attorney Jon Heck graduated from Bellarmine University with a degree in Philosophy and History then received a law degree from the University of Louisville, Brandeis School of Law. Mr. Heck worked for eight years as an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney for Kentucky where he specialized in trying violent crimes.

Just prior to joining the team at Isaacs & Isaacs, Jon was an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Kentucky where he primarily litigated and tried violent offenses in the courtrooms. Jon is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and is licensed in both state and federal courts.


🗂 What types of case do you typically handle?

Normally these types of cases:


📝 What is one thing that you want clients to know about you?

I want clients to know that I an experienced litigator that is not afraid to go to court to fight for them.


💼 Can you discuss one case that you have handled at I & I that really stands out to you?

I’ve only been here a little of 6 months but one case that stands out that I have completed is a personal injury case in which our client works three jobs helping disabled children. She was hit by a man (the defendant) who had been drinking and fled the scene of the accident. The defendant was driving his company vehicle at the time. The fact that he had been drinking didn’t come out until I examined him during a deposition.

During mediation, with the client present, I argued that the true value in the case is against the company who employed someone who drank in a company vehicle then committed a criminal offense by leaving the scene. The offer dramatically increased. I remember the client looking at me and saying she had never made that much money in year of working and that it would really change her life by allowing her to pay off all her debt. She was so happy with the settlement and I was happy to represent such a wonderful person.


🏛 What law school did you go to?

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law – University of Louisville.


🌎 What state(s) are you licensed to practice law?

The State of Kentucky.


🗓 What year did you get licensed to practice law?

Licened in 2002.