Harrison County & Cynthiana, Kentucky
Harrison County was formed in 1794. The county was created from parts of Bourbon and Scott counties. Harrison County was named after Benjamin Harrison, an advocate for Kentucky statehood. The county seat of Cynthiana was named after the daughter of Robert Harrison. Mr. Harrison had donated land known as the Public Square. During the American Civil War, two battles were fought in Cynthiana. The population of Harrison County was over 18,000 in 2010; over 6,000 of those residents live in Cynthiana.
In 2013 there were 490 motor vehicle, car, truck and motorcycle accidents in Harrison County, Kentucky.
When you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury in a car accident or a wreck involving another type of motor vehicle, our Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky attorneys understand that the aftermath of the accident can be stressful and can make it difficult to handle the issues that will arise in protecting your rights and dealing with insurance companies. The insurance companies do not represent you but are instead working against you in order to minimize the amount the company will have to pay. You should make time as soon as possible to call or email one of our seasoned, experienced lawyers to help you assert your rights and avoid the pitfalls that can harm your case. The lawyers at Varellas & Varellas have over 75 years of experience in Kentucky representing clients in a wide variety of injury cases including car accidents, truck wrecks, and other types of motor vehicle accidents. We can represent you in recovering compensation after airplane crashes, wrongful death, fatal accidents, nursing home abuse, slip and falls, and wrongful death.
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