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Perry County is home to Hazard, a Kentucky town named after a famous General from the area. The town is probably more famous, however, for inspiring the fictitious “Hazzard County” of Dukes of Hazzard fame.
Perry County lawyers can assist you in any legal case you may be facing. These include personal injury litigation, criminal defense, bankruptcy, real estate transactions, and many other legal issues.
Lawyers in Perry County are on both sides of an employment lawsuit filed by two Perry County nurses. The nurses allegedly helped picketers of a local hospital by bringing them food and were subsequently fired. The lawsuit is ongoing in Perry County.
Lawyers in Perry County should be familiar with the Perry County court system and its various divisions. All attorneys in Kentucky are licensed to practice anywhere in the state, but only Perry County attorneys will know the ins and outs of their local courts.
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