• Grover Arnett, Philanthropy, Service and Firm Founder

  • Posted on July 14, 2016
  • Grover Arnett wanted to help people and in order to do this, he knew he needed to get an education. He studied at Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky and earned his Bachelor’s of Arts in Elementary Education. He then went on to complete his Juris Doctorate at Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law. At this institution, he was a recipient of a scholarship due to his academic achievements. The scholarship inspired Grover Arnett to give back to the community that helped him and he wrote fundraising materials that helped other deserving recipients with funds as a pay it forward. He maintains his long-time membership of the A.B. “Happy” Chandler Foundation which works to offer students in need with college scholarship money much like Grover Arnett needed. He also founded and still serves as chairperson to another scholarship organization, the William O. and Easter Arnett Memorial Foundation.

    In addition to his philanthropy, Grover Arnett served as a Magoffin County Attorney from 1994 to 1999. He served with such integrity that he was recently recognized by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell for providing high quality counsel and abiding by the highest levels of ethics and integrity.

    In addition to his philanthropy and service, he also was able to establish his own law firm just three years after starting to practice law and continues to pursue integrity in fighting for his clients which are primarily workers’ compensation and social security disability cases. His aim is to provide affordable and competent counsel for clients in need that are all over the county.

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