Grover Arnett

A well-established attorney in Salyersville, Kentucky, William Grover Arnett represents clients in cases that include Social Security disability, Kentucky workers' compensation, and personal injuries. Grover Arnett represents clients throughout the state court system, including the representation of Social Security disability clients from around the country, with a focus on providing affordable and competent counsel.

Mr. Arnett earned his B.A. in Elementary Education at Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky, in 1985. He notably served as student body president and graduated as the salutatorian. He subsequently completed a Juris Doctorate at Northern Kentucky University's Salmon P. Chase College of Law. A recipient of an academic achievement scholarship himself, Grover Arnett later wrote fundraising materials to help raise scholarship funds for other deserving recipients. He is now a long-time member of the A.B. "Happy" Chandler Foundation, which provides needy students with college scholarships. He also founded and serves as chair of the William O. and Easter Arnett Memorial Foundation, which provides scholarship funding to deserving college students in need.

Having practiced law since 1989, William Grover Arnett established his own law firm in 1991. Over the past two decades, he has built the practice into one listed among the state's top 10 in workers' compensation expertise. He has recently been recognized by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell® for providing high quality counsel and abiding by the highest levels of ethics and integrity.

From 1994 to 1999, Grover Arnett also served as Magoffin County Attorney. As an elected prosecutor, he helped block the illegal establishment of an out-of-state garbage dump in Magoffin County. He achieved a 95 percent conviction rate for DUI offenses, and also assisted in Knott County's first-ever marijuana cultivation conviction, and the largest drug conviction in the county's history.