Lauren Crosby Thompson

Of Counsel | Lexington | 859-559-4456 |

Lauren joined the firm in 2010. Since that time, she has tried cases throughout the Commonwealth and obtained multiple judgments in favor of her clients through jury verdict, summary judgment, and on appeal. Lauren’s practice is diverse and includes products liability, premises liability, personal injury, coverage and contract disputes, class action lawsuits, environmental law, and appellate law in both state and federal courts for the U.S. Districts of Kentucky. Lauren’s experience handling pre-litigation matters, complex cases with extensive discovery, trying cases before Kentucky juries, and appellate work before the Kentucky Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Kentucky, and Sixth Circuit allows her to effectively counsel clients and obtain favorable results.

Lauren graduated from Centre College in 2000, summa cum laude, where she majored in International Relations, traveled internationally, and played field hockey. Lauren then attended the University of Kentucky, College of Law where she graduated in 2007. During law school, Lauren was chair of the Foster Care Review Board and member of the Women’s Law Caucus, Moot Court Board, Trial Advocacy Board, Legal Clinic and American Trial Lawyers competition team. After graduating from law school, Lauren worked at a large regional defense firm for three years before joining PPOA.

Lauren has served as President of the Fayette County Bar Association, Women’s Law Association and is a member of the Kentucky Defense Counsel. She volunteers at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and Catholic Action Center. Lauren enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, running, photography, and baking.

Areas of Concentration

Automobile & Trucking Litigation
Premises Liability
Medical Negligence

Bar Admissions & Organizations

– Kentucky Bar Association


– University of Kentucky College of Law, Juris Doctor
– Centre College, Bachelor of Arts, International Studies (minor in English), summa cum laude