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 Lawyers Attend Ethics Training In Richmond, KY
Hurst & Hurst Law attorneys, Rebecca and Daniel Hurst attended an ethics training put on by the Kentucky Justice Association. The event took place on March of 2016, in the University Club at Arlington in Richmond, Kentucky.
The speaker for the event was Pete Gullett, with Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky. Mr. Gullett practiced law in Kentucky for many years before starting his work with Lawyers Mutual. He provided invaluable insight to those in attendance about how to conduct a Continue reading
Suboxone Treatment For Substance Abuse In Kentucky
In modern America you would be hard pressed to find anyone who has never been affected in some way by substance abuse addiction. Most of us have had at least one relative or close friend struggle with substance abuse. Addiction can ruin lives and often leads a person to have an interaction with the legal system. Because Hurst & Hurst often handles the legal problems that result from addiction we try to keep abreast of the available treatment options. One newer treatment option is suboxone treatment.
One of the methods used by healthcare providers to attempt to treat addiction to controlled substances is called Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). In an effort to learn more about MAT, Attorneys Rebecca Hurst and Daniel Hurst attended a seminar February 2016, called “Legal Advocacy and Suboxone” put on by the 50th Judicial Circuit Model Court which took place in Danville, Kentucky. The seminar was attended by Judges, prosecutors, lawyers, social Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Law Sponsored The Kentucky State BBQ Festival
The 4th 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 around the States. Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Law Supporting Local Health Care Foundation
Ephraim McDowell Hospital hosted the annual Luminosity event to benefit the Ephraim McDowell Health Care Foundation. One hundred percent of the funds from the event went to the Foundation to help provide high quality services for cancer, cardiac and women’s health, as well as the Hope Clinic and Chaplain’s Fund, among others.
The event took place on August 23rd, 2014 here in Danville, Kentucky. And had live music centered around a Motown theme with silent and live auctions.
The lawyers of Hurst & Hurst Law attended the event Saturday night. The Hurst’s are committed to helping their community grow and grow healthier.
Hurst & Hurst At The Great American Brass Band Festival
The founding lawyers of Hurst & Hurst Law attended the 2014 annual Great American Brass Band Festival in Danville, KY. The festival which took place on June 5th through June 8th. The event basically takes over beautiful Danville, KY for the weekend, and part of the week before.
The festival hostes events in Danville, Boyle County, Ky; Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Ky; Shaker Village, Pleasant Hill, Mercer County, Ky; and Junction City, Boyle County, Ky. Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst in Stanford, KY
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law stopped into the BlueBird Cafe in downtown Stanford, KY today.
If you have never been there, it is a must when you are in Stanford, KY. The restaurant is known for wonderful farm to table fresh food. Many of the ingredients come direct from local Marksbury Farms in Garrard County, KY as well as other local Kentucky growers and producers. Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Law Attend Event For Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln & Mercer Counties
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended the local regional event of Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce event at the Hampton Inn, March 20th. The Regional Business After Hours was hosted by the Hampton Inn located in Danville, KY. The regional Chamber event was attended by Chamber members from Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer Counties. The event allowed businesses from this region to interact and strengthen relationships.
The event was sponsored by several businesses from all four counties including: Continue reading
Hurst & Hurst Attorneys Attend Lincoln County Amish Auction
Lincoln County hosted the spring Amish auction today, March 15, 2014 at the local produce auction grounds near Crab Orchard, KY. The auction took place off of KY HWY 39 approximately 8 miles south of Lancaster, KY in Garrard County. The seasonal auction includes produce, baked goods, livestock, farm equipment and a great deal more. The auctions are held seasonally in the spring, fall and winter.
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law, Rebecca and Daniel regularly attend the auction. We highly recommend attending the auctions. It is fun to look around, even if you are not planning on making a purchase and the food is great. Daniel highly recommends the hot, fresh pretzel sandwiches. Rebecca recommends the home made doughnuts.
Hurst & Hurst Attended Family Law Training in Kentucky
The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended family law training in Louisville, KY today. The training addressed Dependency, Abuse and Neglect cases in Kentucky, known as DNA cases. The DNA training helps prepare lawyers to provide legal representation to abused and neglected children in the state of Kentucky.
More than 6,000 children are placed in State’s custody every year. Most of these children are in state’s custody because they have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. Guardian ad litems or GALs are appointed in DNA cases to ensure children receive fair and quick attention from the judicial system. As well as being placed in appropriate homes in a timely manner. Continue reading