Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton, LLP Announces New Associate
Lexington – December 16, 2019– Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton, LLP announces the addition of Tyler Stewart, associate attorney – to its Lexington, Kentucky office.
“We are pleased to add Tyler to our team- he will help build on Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton, LLP’s current strength in nursing home abuse and wrongful death litigation, as well as the firm’s personal injury and consumer fraud practices,” said Matt Minner, Managing Partner of the firm’s Kentucky office.
Stewart is a Kentucky native. Prior to joining Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton, LLP, he spent years advocating for clients both in the public and private sectors and served as an assistant attorney general in the Consumer Protection Department of the Kentucky Office of the Attorney General. During that time, he represented State Attorneys General at the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Negotiated Rulemaking Session where the committee was successful in negotiating new, more affordable repayment options for student loan borrowers. He was additionally responsible for negotiating numerous new borrower protections for our armed service members.
Since leaving the Kentucky Office of the Attorney General, Tyler has successfully pursued and resolved numerous claims on behalf of consumers and clients involving nursing home abuse and neglect, bad faith behavior by insurers, car wrecks, truck wrecks, slip and falls, products liability, construction defects, medical negligence, violations of the Kentucky Consumer Practice Act, and a variety of other personal injury and consumer fraud cases. He has handled cases across the Commonwealth of Kentucky and has traveled across the country to properly advocate for his clients’ interests.
Stewart is a Georgetown College and received his law degree from the University of Kentucky School of Law. He also spent considerable time overseas studying at the University of Oxford.
Tyler will work primarily in the areas of nursing home abuse and neglect, personal injury and Wrongful Death litigation.