Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC

Personal Injury Law Firm in Somerset, KY

Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC

870 South Highway 27
Somerset, Kentucky 42501

Other Offices: Hazard, KY   Lexington, KY   London, KY   Manchester, KY   Paducah, KY   Paintsville, KY   

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Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC Overview

Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC is a full-service personal injury firm that serves clients across Kentucky with offices in Somerset, Hazard, Lexington, London, Manchester, Paducah, and Paintsville. Practice areas include car and other vehicle accidents, insurance bad faith, boating accidents and maritime injuries, workers’ compensation, nursing home abuse, dog bites, catastrophic injuries, product and premises liability, medical malpractice, Social Security disability, and wrongful death.

The legal team has many decades of experience, and firm partners Roy Collins and Dan Yeast worked for insurance companies for years, giving them an inside perspective on how claims are handled. The knowledgeable lawyers are able to collect evidence, evaluate claims, and identify all sources of potential compensation. They look at cases from every angle and offer skilled guidance throughout the legal process.

Committed to personalized, one-on-one service, the firm’s partners work directly with clients and focus on their rights. With the confidence, strength, and resources to handle claims with insurance companies, government, employers, corporations, and other at-fault parties, the attorneys pursue maximum compensation through assertive negotiation or in court.

Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Birth Injuries; Nursing Home Neglect; Medication Errors; Failure to Diagnose; Surgical Errors; Nursing Malpractice; Dental Malpractice; Misdiagnosis; Anesthesia Errors; Emergency Room Errors; Dangerous Drugs; Defective Medical Devices; Appellate Practice; DUI Accidents; Distracted Driving Accidents; Intersection Accidents; Highway Accidents; Rideshare Accidents; Commercial Vehicle Accidents; Uninsured Motorist Accidents; Reckless Driving Accidents; Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; Loss of Consortium Claims; Traumatic Brain Injury; Insurance Bad Faith; Maritime Injury; Dog Bites; Catastrophic Injuries; Neck & Back Injuries; Spinal Cord Injuries; Burn Injuries; Wear & Tear Injuries; Electrocution Injuries; Drowning Accidents; Exposure to Toxic Chemicals; Heavy Machinery Accidents; Crane Accidents; Construction Zone Accidents; Food Poisoning; Swimming Pool Accidents; Elevator Accidents; Escalator Accidents; Snow & Ice Accidents; Negligent Security; Boating Accidents; Water Skiing Accidents; Jones Act.


Roy Collins Roy Collins
Accident, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Truck Accident

McKinnley Morgan McKinnley Morgan
Health Care and Social, Insurance, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Workers Compensation

Kyle Salyer Kyle Salyer
Accident, Car Accident, Medical Malpractice, Motorcycle Accident, Personal Injury

Dan Yeast Dan Yeast
Accident, Car Accident, Civil Litigation, Litigation, Personal Injury

Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, PLLC Affiliations

  • American Association for Justice
  • Kentucky Justice Association
  • Kentucky Bar Association
  • Christian Trial Lawyers Association

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Receiving Workers’ Compensation Benefits After Termination in Kentucky

It is generally understood that an employer cannot legally terminate an employee for seeking workers’ compensation benefits. However, an employee on workers’ compensation may be terminated for legitimate reasons, such as a reduction-in-force layoff, and this should not affect their workers’ comp claim.

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