Scott is a native of Louisville, Kentucky before moving to Lexington where he graduated from Henry Clay High School. Earning two academic scholarships, Scott attended the University of Kentucky School of Journalism where he was appointed to serve as an editor for the UK’s student newspaper as well as being elected president of the pre-law honorary. Following his award of a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in 1985, Scott attended the University of Kentucky, College of Law. He earned many awards while at UK, including “Outstanding Oral Advocate,” before graduating with a Juris Doctorate in 1989.
Scott has spent over two decades litigating civil cases across Kentucky and Indiana. In addition to personal injury matters and motor vehicle/trucking claims, Scott is well versed in an array of administrative law issues including Social Security Disability, Workers Compensation, Civil Rights and EEOC claims. He has been an invited Guest Speaker and Lecturer at numerous conferences addressing work-place accidents, disability and medical provider liability claims and disputes. Scott also has substantial experience in Contract and Commercial transactions, probate and family law.
He is licensed to practice in both Kentucky and Indiana as well as the United States District Court for Kentucky, Eastern and Western Divisions; the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit; Indiana Board of Workers Claims; Social Security Administration; and is a Certified Veterans Administrative disability attorney. Scott is a member of the Kentucky and Indiana State Bar Associations.
Scott is married and spends his free time hiking with his dogs and serving as a deacon for his church. He enjoys reading and is an ardent supporter of the Louisville Free Public Library and The Filson Club.