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Mapother & Mapother, P.S.C. 
Size of Organization: 16
Year Established: 1930

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Nationally known for its representation of creditors, Mapother and Mapother was founded by Thomas Cruise Mapother, Jr. who began practicing law in Louisville, KY in 1930, and has earned its place as a preeminent law firm as recognized by Martindale-Hubbell in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. This rating is based on ability, experience, qualifications, adherence to professional standards and ethics, professional reliability and diligence.

The Firm provides services in a wide range of areas to meet the ever increasing needs of growing companies. The Firm represents creditors throughout all of Kentucky and West Virginia, the southern half of Indiana and Ohio, and it represents many creditors on a national basis. The headquarters of the Firm is in Louisville. Kentucky and there are regional offices located in Lexington, Kentucky; Cincinnati Ohio; and Huntington, West Virginia.

Everyone at Mapother & Mapother has a single goal: "get the job done" and provide every client with the very best in service and satisfaction. This is accomplished by utilizing a high-tech computerized approach to handling the needs of every client. A powerful debt collection software for all types of collections including retail, commercial, bankruptcy, subrogation, medical and mortgage foreclosures allows M&M to handle a heavy load of cases quickly and professionally, keep the client informed and to achieve the best possible results.

The Firm is active within the membership of AACA - The American Alliance of Creditor Attorneys, NAN - National Attorney Network and NARCA - National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Collections; Bankruptcy; Creditors' Rights Law; Real Estate; Banking Law; Commercial Law; Insurance Defense; Litigation.