I. Advertising Rules Statements

The laws governing legal advertising in the states of Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee require the following statements in any publication of this kind:


Indiana: “Advertising Material.”


Unless specifically noted elsewhere, none of the attorneys listed herein are certified as a specialist in or related to the areas of:

*Civil Trial
*Criminal Trial
*Business Bankruptcy
*Consumer Bankruptcy
*Creditor’s Rights
*Medical Malpractice
*Legal Malpractice
*Accounting Malpractice
*Elder Law
*Estate Planning

Certification as a specialist in all other listed areas is not currently available in Tennessee.

II. E-mail Disclaimer

We welcome the receipt of e-mail. However, you should be aware that the act of sending e-mail to Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP or a specific attorney at the firm does not create an attorney-client relationship, and that you are not entitled to have us treat the information contained in an e-mail as confidential if no attorney-client relationship exists between us at the time that we receive that e-mail. An attorney-client relationship cannot be created until we consider potential conflicts of interest and agree to that relationship. If you are interested in establishing an attorney-client relationship, we invite you to call or visit with one of our attorneys for that purpose.

III. Use of Website Information

We hope you will find the information contained on this Website to be useful. However, it is not intended and you should not consider it to be legal advice, which would require consideration by us, in the context of an attorney-client relationship, of the particular facts and circumstances applicable to a given situation.