WORK ETHIC. PEOPLE SKILLS. COURTROOM EXPERIENCE.
THESE ARE THE THREE REASONS WHY CLIENTS SEEK HIS COUNSEL.
Jeremy Alan Bartley, 41, was born and raised in the heart of coal country in a small town called Virgie in Pike County. Bartley graduated Salutatorian in his class at Shelby Valley High School while balancing a hectic sports schedule that included baseball, football, powerlifting team, and track.
As a result of his selection into the prestigious Governors scholars, Bartley attended Eastern Kentucky University on scholarship. He undertook the Honors Program while there and received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. During school breaks, Bartley's parents ushered him to work for coal companies for which his father served as Controller. This experience reminded Bartley the value of hard work and the reward of higher education.
Following a goal he set as young boy, Jeremy attended the Chase School of Law at Northern Kentucky University where was nationally published as a member of the Law Review. Bartley clerked for an insurance defense practitioner for three years while maintaining top grades. Ultimately, he graduated in the top of his class in 2003.
Bartley began his licensed practice as an insurance defense attorney in Louisville. Thereafter, he became an Assistant to the Rockcastle County Attorney; while maintaining a modest civil practice. Moving to Somerset, Bartley took a full time prosecutor post with the Commonwealth Attorney, Eddy Montgomery where he stayed for over a decade. It is here that Bartley gained a reputation for never flinching from trying a case in front of a jury.
Seeking to reenter the civil legal realm, Jeremy joined Southern Petroleum, Inc. in 2012 as in house counsel; while continuing to serve part time as assistant state prosecutor. The Law Office of Jeremy A. Bartley, PSC was founded in 2013 as a third job for Bartley. He maintained a small civil clientele while maintaining his in-house and prosecutorial duties.
SPI merged with a Carey Oil in 2017 and Bartley opened his law practice up as a traditional practice, focused on auto and large truck accidents, Business law, real estate and family law. Bartley's office seeks to welcome clients in a personable manner, as he hopes to treat every client like family. He often meets clients after hours and in their homes when requested.
The Law Office of Jeremy A. Bartley, PSC seeks to represent clients zealously with a full arsenal of weapons; balancing the ability to negotiate with opposing counsel with an aggressive trial capability honed from years of high profile jury trial experience. He is active in youth sports, an avid workout junkie, and dedicated University of Kentucky sports fan.
THE OFFICE OF JEREMY A BARTLEY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AN ADDITION TO OUR TEAM, THANK YOU TO ALL THAT HAVE HELPED US GROW!
PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO PULASKI COUNTY MR. JAMIE DEATON, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Jamie C. Deaton was born and raised in Somerset, Kentucky, where he attended Southwestern High School. Mr. Deaton then earned his bachelor's degree in Political Science from Eastern Kentucky University and his Juris Doctor Degree from Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. As a result of his academic achievements in law school, Mr. Deaton received numerous Deans List accolades and graduated with Cum Laude honors.
During law school, Mr. Deaton served as a law clerk for the Children's Law Center of Covington, assisting attorneys in representing the welfare of children. Mr. Deaton also clerked at the law firm of Busald, Funk, Zevely, where he worked primarily on family law matters.
After graduating from law school in 2017, Mr. Deaton was admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth Of Kentucky. Mr. Deaton began his legal career as a Staff Attorney for Judge Richard A. Woeste of the Campbell County Family Court.
Mr. Deaton focuses his practice mainly on family law.
Mr. Deaton is excited to return to his Pulaski County roots and honored to serve the community that he cares for dearly.
In January of 2018, Attorney Jeremy A. Bartley welcomed into his firm, a well known, respected and skilled Paralegal, Annette Blankenship Vaught.
Before joining Attorney Jeremy A. Bartley's Firm, Annette was employed with the late Scott T. Foster, Attorney at Law. During her employment with Attorney Scott T. Foster, she gained experience in personal injury claims and supporting litigation. Dedication to the clients has created life long bonds with shared respect and admiration.
Annette and Lonnie, her husband of 27 years, have three sons Matthew, Bruce and Cody and five grandchildren Jacob, Makayla, Brandee, Cade and Mason, with another on the way. The Vaught's are life Long residents of Pulaski County. Annette has always appreciated the need of Pulaski Countians and the surrounding counties and will continue to provide the quality of service that the firms clients deserve.