Montgomery County & Mount Sterling, Kentucky
Mt. Sterling was settled in 1792 by Hugh Forbes, a Scottish man. Hugh Forbes named Mt. Sterling after a local ancient tribal burial site called “Little Mountain” and after a town in Scotland named Stirling. Mt. Sterling is a rural area with the offerings of a small town, but close enough to the luxuries of a big city. Montgomery County has about 26,000 residents with 6,000 of those living in the county seat of Mt. Sterling. The city is roughly 29 miles east of Lexington. In 2013 there were 750 motor vehicle accidents reported in Montgomery County, Kentucky, including truck wrecks, car wrecks and motorcycle accidents.
The goal of the personal injury attorneys at Varellas & Varellas is to protect our clients’ rights and ensure that they receive all of the compensation they are entitled to when they have been harmed in an accident, on the job, or by the intentional or negligent act of another party. Call or e-mail our lawyers for a free initial consultation if you or a loved one has suffered injuries, lost wages, or medical expenses as a result of a motorcycle wreck, truck collision, car wreck, bicycle accident, airplane crash, boating accident or other accident.
Our personal injury lawyers can move quickly to preserve evidence and help you take the necessary actions to avoid costly mistakes that can reduce or eliminate your ability to collect compensation for your injuries. Our litigation attorneys can also protect your rights and your claims when you have been injured as a result of medical malpractice or nursing home abuse or neglect or when you have a claim for workers’ compensation, social security disability or long-term disability benefits. Our attorneys can also enforce your entitlement to an expungement when a criminal charge or conviction on your records meets the necessary criteria, and they can provide criminal defense representation if you face criminal charges.
Call or e-mail the lawyers at Varellas & Varellas to discuss your rights and the claims you wish to pursue.