Pike County & Pikeville, Kentucky

Pike County was formed in December of 1821. The county was named after General Zebulon Pike who discovered Pikes Peak. From 1860 till 1891, Pike County was the center of the Hatfield and McCoy feud. You can currently take a tour of famous locations of the Hatfield & McCoy feud. Pike County has been a principal coal producing county since the early 1900’s. Pike County has a population of around 65,000 residents with 6,000 of those residents living in the county seat of Pikeville. Pike is the largest county in regards to land area in Kentucky and it’s the third largest banking center. Pike County banks and financial institutions have over one billion dollars in assets.

There were over 1,500 motor vehicle accidents reported in 2013 in Pike County and Pikeville, Kentucky.

The attorneys at Varellas & Varellas will provide a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights and help you avoid costly mistakes when someone else is at fault in an accident involving a motor vehicle, truck, car, boat, airplane, bicycle, or motorcycle that caused you injuries and caused you to incur medical bills, lost wages and other damages. If there has been nursing home abuse or neglect, or if you have become unable to work and need to pursue a disability claim under social security or a long-term disability policy, call or e-mail our lawyers today to discuss your claims.

Our experienced criminal defense attorneys can also discuss criminal charges you may have pending or the expungement of a criminal charge or conviction.

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