MARK HAMMOND is licensed in Kentucky and Indiana and has been practicing law since 2000. His area of practice includes matters of negligence and tort claims, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, dram shop liability, workers’ compensation, product liability, general personal injury and insurance coverage. Most recently, he has represented physicians and nursing homes in a variety of malpractice cases throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Mark has defended physicians and nursing homes in over 30 jury trials in Kentucky and Indiana for the past twenty years and has seen defense verdicts rendered on behalf of his clients consistently.
Outside of work, Mark likes to spend time with his wife, Rachel, and their two young children, Ellie and Evan. He’s an avid fan of University of Kentucky athletic teams and he also tries to find time to run, play golf, watch sports, and read.
Attorney at law/Partner – O’Bryan, Brown & Toner, Louisville, Kentucky. 2000 – Present
Law Clerk – Landrum & Shouse Law Offices, Lexington, Kentucky, 1998 – 2000.
Judicial Intern – 50th Circuit Judge Stephen M Shewmaker, Danville, Kentucky, 1997.
Honors and Awards
AV Preeminent® Peer review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
The Best Lawyers in America© 2021-2024
Recognized in Best Lawyers in America© for work in the following areas:
Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants
Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants
Litigation – Insurance
Kentucky Super Lawyers®, 2013-2024
J.D. University of Kentucky College of Law; Associate Editor, Kentucky Law Journal; CALI Book Award, Trusts & Estates
B.S. Centre College, Danville, Kentucky
Supreme Court of Kentucky
Supreme Court of Indiana
United States District Court for Western District of Kentucky
United States District Court for Eastern District of Kentucky
United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana
Defense Research Institute
Kentucky Defense Counsel
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association
Substantial Proportionality Not Required: Achieving Title IX Compliance Without Reducing Participation in Collegiate Athletics, Kentucky Law Journal, Volume 87:3, 1998-99.
Sailing Uncertain Seas – Developments in Workers’ Compensation Law, (with Clay A. Edwards), Bench & Bar, March, 2000.