Whitley County & Corbin & Williamsburg, Kentucky

Whitley County was created from Knox County in 1818. Whitley County currently has around 35,000 residents. The county was named after Colonel William Whitley. Williamsburg is the county seat of Whitley County. The population is around 5,000. The Cumberland River flows through the middle of the city. The town’s initials growth was due to three fresh water springs in the area. Corbin is probably the more famous city of Whitley County. Corbin is the birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken and you can still visit the first restaurant built. KFC was founded by Harland David Sanders. Corbin is actually located in three different counties, Whitley, Knox and Laurel Counties. Corbin has a population of around 7,000 people. Whitley County is also home to Cumberland Falls, the only waterfall in the northern hemisphere to create a moonbow.

There were 955 traffic accidents, including car accidents, truck wrecks, motorcycle accidents, and other motor vehicle accidents reported in Whitley County in 2013.

After an accident, our Whitley County, Kentucky personal injury lawyers can help you take the necessary steps to avoid costly errors that can eliminate or reduce your ability to collect compensation for your injuries. Our attorneys can move quickly to preserve evidence and protect your rights when you have suffered injuries caused by abuse or neglect at a nursing home or when you have a claim for social security disability, long-term disability. Our attorneys also handle expungement of criminal records in Kentucky courts, and regularly provide criminal defense representation for clients facing criminal charges.

The goal of our lawyers is to enforce our clients’ rights and help them secure the compensation they are entitled to after they suffer injuries at work, in an accident, or by the negligence of others. 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, or other accident, call or e-mail the lawyers at Varellas & Varellas for a free initial consultation

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