Nathan Riggs

Practice Areas: Litigation; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Automobile Accidents; DUI; Traffic; Misdemeanors; Felonies; Criminal Law; Wills; Trusts; Contracts; Collections; Bank Foreclosures; Creditor Rights; Mortgages; Probate; Corporate and LLC Formation; Zoning Law

Admitted: 2002, Kentucky

Law School: University of Louisville, J.D., 2001

College: Bellarmine College, B.A., 1998

Member: Kentucky Bar Association

Biography: Member, Shelbyville City Council (2002-2006); Adjunct Professor – Jefferson Community & Technical College (2007 – present); Shelby County Library Board of Trustees (2010 – present)

Reported Cases: Higdon v. Construction Arbitration Associates, Ltd. 71 S.W. 3d 131 (Ky. App. 2002); Brown, et al. v. Indiana Insurance Company, et al., 184 S.W.3d 528 (S.Ct.Ky. 2005); B.J.B. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, 2010 WL 568738 (Ky.App. 2010); Commonwealth v. Cissell, 2011 WL 2078604 (Ky.App. 2011); Chamblee v. Chamblee, 2013 WL 2257509 (Ky.App. 2013)

Born: May 12, 1976

Nathan Riggs is a Shelbyville, Kentucky native who enjoys being able to practice law in his home community.

The son of Sherman Riggs, another lawyer in the firm, he decided to become an attorney because he enjoyed the idea of helping others. Says Nathan about his profession:

“The law is the ultimate service oriented job. Every court appearance requires you to stand in the shoes of your client and try to find the best result you could possibly find.”

Nathan greatly enjoys his field of work and takes pride in his ability to achieve the best for his clients. He finds great joy in feeling like he has achieved some good for his clients. His court appearances give him the opportunity to work out the most favorable results for them.

He primarily practices criminal defense.

In 2014, Nathan was selected a Super Lawyer and is rated highly ethical by Martindale Hubbell. In 2015, Nathan was awarded the prestigious honor of being named by Business First as one of Louisville’s “40 Under 40”. 

Nathan is a proud graduate of Shelby County High School, Bellarmine College, and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in history from Bellarmine.