Morgan, Collins and Yeast’s Main Workers’ Comp Hub
Located in the renovated home of the Mayes family, the London office of Morgan, Collins and Yeast handles most of the firm’s Workers’ Compensation cases.
Our London office is very conveniently located on Main Street in London. It’s also near Levi Jackson State Park, Laurel Lake, the Wildcat Battlefield Site, and the Colonel Sanders Café and Museum.
One of London office’s biggest community events is its annual fish fry. The fish fry takes place every year at Twin Branch Church and all of the proceeds go to the preservation of the church which was constructed in 1867. We also regularly donate to the Optimist Club for youth sports in the community.
No matter whether you were hurt at work, injured in a wreck, or need Social Security Disability benefits, call our London office to get Kentucky Courage in your corner.
Who Makes This Office Special?
Born and raised in Leslie County, Judy Simpson is a case manager in our London office. She assists attorney McKinnley Morgan. Judy has been with Morgan, Collins and Yeast since April 1993.
Judy helps clients file claims, schedule appointments, file medical evidence and speaks with them on a daily basis to keep them updated on the status of their case.
“Before I began working for Morgan, Collins and Yeast, I had absolutely no knowledge of anything in the legal field,” she says. “Now, I feel like I’m helping people that, without the benefit of an attorney, would have no way of winning their case.”
If you need help with a Workers’ Comp case, Social Security Disability claim or personal injury case, call our London office for help.
Keesha Jones is a Workers’ Compensation caseworker in our London office. She joined the firm in January 2008. She graduated from Leslie County High School and has a degree in dental assisting from Somerset Community College.
In her role as caseworker, Keesha answers calls, files Workers’ Comp cases, handles intakes and meets with clients to answer any questions they have.
“At Morgan, Collins and Yeast, we do our very best to make sure our clients are satisfied with our work,” she says. “Our goal is to do such a good job that clients tell others and have them call us when they need help.”
If you were hurt at work, call our London office and ask to speak with Keesha.
Marty Bronson is a Workers’ Compensation Case Manager in our London office. She has been with the firm since June 2009. Marty graduated from Leslie County High School and has an associate’s degree in science. She is also certified in medical coding.
As a case manager, Marty:
- Prepares and files Workers’ Comp claims.
- Prepares and files pleadings, medical evidence, etc., to support claims.
- Meets with and talks to clients to explain the claims process.
- Manages the office’s files.
Marty has lived in Leslie County her entire life and has worked at several law offices in the surrounding counties. Her experience in working with a variety of law firms makes her a true asset at Morgan, Collins and Yeast.
If you were injured on the job, call our London office and ask to speak with Marty.
Melanie Collins is a secretary in our London office. She has been with Morgan, Collins and Yeast since September 2005.
As secretary, it’s Melissa’s job to schedule appointments for clients, make sure they get travel money for scheduled doctor appointments, send clients letters about their appointments and to call clients to make sure they keep their appointments.
Born and raised in Hyden, Melanie moved to London after high school and is proud to be a member of the community. “I enjoy what I do, the people I work with, and helping the people in the London area,” she says.
Tabitha Swafford is a paralegal in our London office. She joined Morgan, Collins and Yeast in October 2010. She started as a Social Security case manager, but is now a Workers’ Comp paralegal. She has a bachelor’s degree in paralegal science from Eastern Kentucky University.
In her role, Tabitha initially reviews judge’s opinions to look for errors and to see if the attorneys have a chance to take a client’s case to a higher court. She also helps with the initial drafts of briefs to Administrative Law Judges, the Workers’ Comp Board, the Kentucky Court of Appeals and the Kentucky Supreme Court.
When Tabitha was looking for a job, she knew Morgan, Collins and Yeast had a great reputation. Attorney McKinnley Morgan had helped her mom with a Workers’ Comp and Social Security Disability case and attorney Roy Collins had handled a car wreck case for her mother. “I really wanted to work for a firm that I knew had a passion for helping its clients,” she says. “So I knew Morgan, Collins and Yeast was the perfect place.”
Tabitha is extremely proud of her hard work ethic. She learned it from her adoptive mother who “worked like no one else” she’d ever known until she was hurt on the job. “We were poor, but she did her best to provide for me and made sure I had a roof over my head and food on the table,” she says. “I was raised to work, and not only work, but to do my best and try my hardest at everything I do.”
“When I leave work at the end of the day, I can at least say I’ve done my best for our clients,” she says. “I’m a proud Eastern Kentuckian and I’m happy to help the people in our area to the best of my ability – whether I’m on the clock or not.”
Tabitha exemplifies Kentucky Courage. If you need help with a Workers’ Comp, Social Security Disability or personal injury case, call on Tabitha’s Kentucky Courage for help.