What People Say About Us
“About 30 years ago my brother and partner, Hugh, began working with Don McNay, and I continue today working with Don and Clay. So our firm has a multi-generational relationship with the McNay Group and we have never been disappointed. Don and company always bring value to our clients."
-Charlie Moore, Owensboro, Kentucky
“Over my career, I have always obtained the appointment of a conservator for minor clients. I prefer non-family conservators, because then there is more assurance that the money will be used for the minor. My first call in these situations is to Clay Bigler, who has acted as conservator for most of my minor client cases for more years than I care to count. Clay is easy to work with and is always prompt in his responses, provides outstanding service with structured payouts to minors, explains the procedure to the families, and takes care of the necessary paper work. He has my highest regard.”
-J.T. Gilbert, Richmond, Kentucky
“When representing a child, it is crucial for the jury to know that the damages awarded will be protected. KGA gives the attorneys, parents and jury the confidence of knowing that the child’s money will be protected. I applaud Don and Clay for providing this needed service.”
-Richard Hay, Somerset, Kentucky
“I’ve relied upon Don McNay and Clay Bigler as my law firm’s structured settlement consultant for almost 30 years. Our cases have involved the typical personal injury cases and the most complex multi-party catastrophic injury and death cases. On every occasion, they have provided the highest quality structured settlement benefits for my clients.”
-Sam Davies, Barbourville, Kentucky
“‘When you're down and troubled and you need a helping hand, and nothing, nothing is going right...’ is how James Taylor began his now familiar hit song, ‘You've Got a Friend.’ The same can and should be said about Don and his Team. And that's why I take some of my most serious injury cases to Don and his Team. And, like Don and James Taylor often remind me, ‘Ain't it good to know you've got a friend.’"
-Hans Poppe, Louisville, Kentucky