Frank M. Mungo

Frank M. Mungo

7310 Turfway Road, Suite 550
Florence, KY 41042

Phone: 859-372-6670

Website: http://www.frankmungoattorney.com

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About Frank M. Mungo

Frank is a trial lawyer, representing plaintiffs in civil cases and those accused in criminal and DUI cases in both Kentucky and Ohio. He consults nationally with trial lawyers to help them uncover the emotional core of their cases and structure their stories to motivate jurors to help their clients. Frank is an instructor at the Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming, found by Gerry Spence, and an adjunct professor at Salmon P. Chase College of Law where he also received his J.D. in 1998. He received his B.S. in physics from Presbyterian College and M.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of Cincinnati and M.S. in mechanical engineering from North Carolina State University.


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