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Owensboro was first called Yellow Banks, thanks to the original look of the Ohio River which flows near town. Owensboro has an industrial history and was home to one of the first car manufacturers in the country, even before Ford's Model T became the most popular selling car in the nation.
Owensboro lawyers can help you with any legal issue you may be facing, including personal injury, real estate, bankruptcy, criminal defense, wills and trusts, and many more.
The city of Owensboro recently settled a lawsuit stemming from a fatal auto-wreck between an Owensboro police officer and three Owensboro women. The lawsuit, filed in federal court, was settled for an undisclosed amount.
Attorneys in Owensboro should know the ins and outs of the Daviess County Court system. The Daviess County Courthouse is located in Owensboro, and your lawyer should be familiar with navigating this court if you have a case there.
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