Josh Autry represents people when their insurance company wrongfully denies a claim or makes a lowball offer. Mr. Autry handles all types of insurance disputes, including claims for property damage, business loss, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, homeowners insurance, umbrella coverage, health insurance, disability benefits, and life insurance.
Mr. Autry recently relocated to Kentucky from Pennsylvania where he litigated cases in state and federal courts for more than a decade. During that time, he tried fifteen cases to jury verdict, and he orally argued twenty-eight appeals. Before trial, Mr. Autry took more than three hundred depositions, and he negotiated numerous favorable settlements for his clients.
Before joining Morgan & Morgan, Mr. Autry handled lawsuits for wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, business loss, wrongful termination, property damage, medical malpractice, police shootings, and criminal defense. Over the course of his practice, Mr. Autry both filed lawsuits and defended against lawsuits. For example, he has represented individuals and businesses, claimants and insurance companies, employees and employers, and criminal defendants and police officers.
With significant experience on both sides of the ball, Mr. Autry has a unique ability to anticipate and prepare for an insurance company’s defenses to paying a claim. Mr. Autry’s wide-ranging litigation background gives him key insights into how insurance companies handle claims across the board as well as the insurance companies’ litigation and settlement tactics in a variety of matters.
Before practicing law, Mr. Autry graduated from Liberty University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Government. During his undergraduate studies, he excelled on the Debate Team, and the University named him “Best Debater” during his senior year.
Mr. Autry earned his law degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law in 2008. During his first year as a law student, Mr. Autry worked as an assistant debate coach for Liberty University. During his second and third years, he focused on W&L’s Moot Court Competition. In his second year, he came in second place at the Moot Court Competition. In his third year, Mr. Autry served as Chair for the Moot Court Competition.