In 2002, lawyer Eric C. Conn touted his services on a billboard on the  Mountain Parkway just outside of Salyersville.
In 2002, lawyer Eric C. Conn touted his services on a billboard on the Mountain Parkway just outside of Salyersville. Herald-Leader
In 2002, lawyer Eric C. Conn touted his services on a billboard on the Mountain Parkway just outside of Salyersville. Herald-Leader

Eastern Kentucky lawyer earned millions in fees through disability 'scheme,' investigators say

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