Boyle County & Danville, Kentucky
Boyle County was formed in 1842 and named after John Boyle, a U.S. Representative, Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and Federal Judge for the District of Kentucky. Boyle County is famous for the Battle of Perryville where over 7,000 men lost their lives. All of Danville and Boyle County public schools are nationally recognized for their achievements in academics. Danville is also home to Centre College which is Kentucky’s highest nationally ranked academic institution. Centre College provides Danville with the Norton Center for the Arts. The Norton Center has famously been the home of two vice-presidential debates. The arts are very important in Boyle County. Several famous actors launched their careers at the Pioneer Playhouse. Jim Varney, John Travolta and Lee Majors all performed at the outdoor dinner theater.
In 2013, there were 840 automobile and other motor vehicle accidents in Boyle County, Kentucky.
The lawyers at Varellas & Varellas understand the stress you are under after a car wreck, truck accident, motorcycle accident, boating accident, airplane crash or other motor vehicle accident or nursing home neglect or abuse causing injuries or the death of a loved one, or when you become disabled and are no longer able to work. Our Kentucky personal injury attorneys can guide you through the process to recover for the injuries at all stages including investigation, settlement and litigation, if necessary, or help you file and pursue your claim for disability benefits.
Our experienced attorneys will aggressively pursue your claim to ensure that you receive full compensation for your injuries, lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering and mental anguish or that you receive the disability benefits to which you are entitled.
The criminal defense attorneys at Varellas & Varellas can also assist Boyle County residents who are charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses or who seek expungement of a criminal charge or conviction.
Contact our attorneys today by e-mail or telephone to discuss your case.