Attorney practicing in the areas of legal malpractice, medical malpractice, and personal injury.
We know the law, we know the system, we know how to get results.
Wesley Browne serves as attorney at Browne Law Office, P.S.C. He was a prosecutor serving Richmond, Kentucky and Berea, Kentucky before he entered private practice. Wes is an accomplished trial attorney who has tried criminal cases ranging from speeding tickets to murder charges and civil cases including car wrecks, slip and falls and property line disputes.
Wes has represented several clients who have received local and national media attention, but he still accepts even the simplest cases. If you choose to hire Browne Law Office for your case, Wesley Browne will be your lawyer, not an inexperienced associate. If you would like to experience the difference between Browne Law Office and other law firms, call for a free consultation.
Wes is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law where he attended on a trial advocacy scholarship. Wes was President of the Madison County Bar Association from 2008-2009. He is also a member of the Kentucky Justice Association as well as an appointed member of the City of Richmond Ethics Commission.
Browne Law Office is located at 244 South Second Street in downtown Richmond, a few blocks north of the Eastern Kentucky University campus near Madison Middle School.
Chinn & Associates employs a unique team approach where the entire staff serves a clients’ needs. When this team approach is combined with our unique staffing and our commitment to service, we deliver complete service to our clients.
We know that many of our clients are in despair over their family lives and they have probably never been in a lawyer’s office before. Our approach is designed to make clients feel as comfortable as possible during these difficult circumstances. We strive to make them feel as though our arms are wrapped around them and that they have protection and a safe haven in our office.
I am a solo attorney. I began practicing law over twenty years ago and I am a solo practitioner.
I graduated from Ball State in May of 1982 with a Political Science major. I went onto law school at Valparaiso University. I obtained my Juris Doctor degree in May of 1987. During law school I was on the Valparaiso Law Review for 1986-87 and I worked as a research assistant for Professor Robert Blomquist in the area of causation in torts.
I began practicing law in Anderson, Indiana in October of 1987. I started as a sole practioner. That general practice involved criminal defense, debt collection, family law, appeals, corporate law, consumer protection issues (including the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act), bankruptcy and civil litigation. From April 1, 1993 to December 31, 1997, I was a partner in Hasler & Maynard, P.C.. At that time I returned to a solo practice. Then on July 1, 2000, I was hired by Dorn & Associates, P.C, and moved to Indianapolis. Dorn provided pre-paid legal service to members of various union Carpenter and Millwright Locals. I left Dorn in September of 2002 dissatisfied with the limited practice areas of a pre-paid legal services program. At this point in my career I took the time to reevaluate whether I wanted to return to private practice and, if so, where. I returned to Anderson in May of 2003 and restarted my private practice.