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The Stovall Firm PLLC

(502) 208 1935
(502) 791 9880

Head of department/lead counsel for A/E Law
Gerald Stovall, P.E., Managing Shareholder

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Practicing A/E Law Since


Caseload Dedicated to A/E Construction Law


Caseload Dedicated to E/O Defense Work



Number of attorneys on staff: 3
Number of attorneys dedicated to A/E Work: 2

Gerry Stovall is a licensed professional engineer with a masters degree in geotechnical engineering and over 12 post-graduate years of experience working in the construction industry.

Gerry has been practicing construction law for 30 years. He assists clients with all phases of a construction project, from selection of the appropriate delivery systems, preparing and negotiating the contract documents, through project administration and closeout, to avoiding and resolving disputes that can arise on a construction project.

Gerry is a Fellow in the American College of Construction Lawyers, and serves on the American Arbitration Association’s National Panel of Arbitrators and Panel of Mediators. He has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America, Kentucky Super Lawyers, The International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers, and Chambers and Partners USA: America’s Leading Lawyers in Construction, Band 1.

Firm Information

The Stovall Firm was formed in 2017 and is a Kentucky based law firm that concentrates in the area of construction law. We have represented architects and engineers, public and private owners, developers, general and specialty contractors, material and equipment suppliers, and insurance and surety companies across the country on construction-related matters. We offer our clients a wide range of services, including contract preparation and review, contract administration, claims avoidance, claims analysis and preparation, litigation support, and professional licensing consultation.

We also offer alternative dispute resolution services to help third parties resolve their construction disputes, including mediation, arbitration, and dispute resolution boards.


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