7th Annual Kentucky State Barbecue Festival
The 7th Annual Kentucky State BBQ Festival took place this year out at the new Wilderness Trace Distillery grounds. In previous years, the festival was held in the beautiful and historic downtown Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. However, the festival has continued to grow in popularity. And has moved locations to allow for more room to grow. Continue reading
House Bill 427 – Proposed Changes to Divorce Law
House Bill 427 is a proposed bill change that would affect KRS 403.044 and KRS 403.170. Eastern Kentucky Republican Representative Stan Lee sponsored the bill.
KRS 403.044, current reads as follows: Continue reading
2017 Wilderness Trace Black Tie & Bluegrass Event
Last week, Wilderness Trace Child Development Center hosted their annual Black Tie & Bluegrass event in Danville, KY. Wilderness Trace Child Development Center (WTCDC) provides much needed services to families in the area. The event that took place last weekend was the main local fund raiser for WTCDC. The annual dinner, auction and dance provide support for the center’s early education opportunities for children at Wilderness Trace Child Development Center.
WTCDC serves children from birth through five years of age by providing educational and therapeutic services for children with and without disabilities. The center serves Boyle and the Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Attended Personal Injury Lawyer Training
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended personal injury lawyer training in Nashville, TN. The Kentucky Justice Association, hosted the continuing legal education seminar in TN. The Kentucky Justice Association is a professional organization devoted to protecting plaintiff’s right to trial. As well as helping provide better legal representation to Kentucky.
The training was part of the KJA’s annual convention, which took place in lovely Nashville, TN. The event’s location allowed lawyers from all across the State to strengthen relationships. And take in some of the wonderful sights Nashville has to offer. Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Law Sponsored The Sixth Kentucky State BBQ Festival
The 6th Annual Kentucky State BBQ Festival was held in Constitution Square during the first weekend of September in Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. The festival benefited the United Way of Kentucky. While showcasing some famed BBQ pit masters from all across the United States. Some of the States represented include: Florida, Kentucky, Iowa, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina and Tennessee. Continue reading
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended a local Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce event. The event was held and sponsored by the Wilderness Trace Distillery’s. The event took place at the distillery’s new facilities on 4095 Lebanon Rd, Danville, KY 40422. This event was attended by members of surrounding county Chamber of Commerce, including Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer Counties.
The event was a pre-showing of the distillery’s new facilities at their new location on Lebanon Rd, Danville. During the event participants received a tour of the distillery’s new facilities. As well as an explanation of distilling practices. The facilities will have their grand opening on September 24th of 2016 and will then be officially open for public tours. Continue reading
Attorney Rebecca Hurst Recognized For Award By Kentucky Bar Association
Hurst & Hurst Law attorney Rebecca Hurst, was recognized for her efforts to improve the legal profession. She was recognized for her work to elevate the legal profession in Kentucky through continuing education in February 2016. All attorneys in Kentucky are required to take Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits every year. In Kentucky, a lawyer is awarded for completing sixty (60) or more continuing legal education credits (CLEs) in a three (3) year period. In 2016, the Kentucky Bar Association recognized Rebecca and has awarded her with the Continuing Legal Education Award.
Hurst & Hurst Attorney Acts To Protect 7th Amendment Rights Of Kentuckians
Protecting the 7th Amendment Rights. Hurst & Hurst Law attorney Rebecca Hurst, traveled to Frankfort, to the State’s Capital in February to help defend Kentucky citizens’ rights under the Seventh (7th) Amendment of the US Constitution and Section 7 of the Kentucky Constitution. Both the 7th Amendment and Section 7 of the Kentucky Constitution act to protect an individual’s right to trial by jury.
Rebecca along with many other lawyers met with legislators on February 9th, 2016. The purpose being to discuss Senate Bill No. 6. Senate Bill No. 6 would create a medical review panel system for use in civil litigation relating to health care providers. Meaning that an individual harmed through medical negligence would have to present their case Continue reading
Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln & Mercer Counties Chamber Event
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended a chamber event for the local Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce event. The event was held and sponsored by Stuart Powell Ford of Danville, KY. And took place at Stuart Powell Ford located in Danville, KY on November 19, 2015.
The regional event was attended by chamber members from neighboring counties, including Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer Counties. Thus, regional chamber events permit business people and residents to mingle with those from the surrounding counties and strengthen relationships between the counties.
The lawyers of Hurst & Hurst Law, are proud members of the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce not only schedules event such as this, but works to further the goals of business people in the county. As well as encouraging business growth in Boyle and the surrounding counties. For these reasons, we are pleased as a firm to support not only the Chamber of Commerce, but Boyle County as a whole.
Hurst & Hurst Law Sponsored The Kentucky State BBQ Festival
The 5th Annual Kentucky State BBQ Festival was held in Constitution Square last weekend in Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky. The festival benefited the United Way of Kentucky and showcased famed BBQ pit masters from all across the United States.
This years festivities included an approx. 16lb brisket being thrown by one of the barbecuers. The brisket was intentionally thrown and struck and injured another. The brisket thrower has been charged criminally for his actions with second degree wanton endangerment, a class A misdemeanor. This story was picked up nationwide.
Hurst & Hurst Law is a regular sponsor for the local event. Daniel and Rebecca Hurst attended the festivities on Saturday and made sure to go back for seconds on Sunday afternoon.