Oglethorpe County, Georgia (Lexington)

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Oglethorpe County, Georgia, the county seat of Lexington, Georgia is the largest county in Northeast Georgia with a population of 14,899 (as of 2010 census).  , Oglethorpe county was founded in 1795 and by the founder of Georgia himself, James Oglethorpe.  It is the largest tract of land surrendered by Creek and Cherokee Native Americans.

The city of Lexington, population 228, and approximately 0.5 square miles was incorporated in 1806. It is named after a town in Massachusetts, where the first battle of the Revolutionary war took place. It is also home to the Oglethorpe County Courthouse. 
Oglethorpe County belongs to the Northern Judicial Circuit. It also includes the following counties: Elbert CountyFranklin County, and Madison County. 
Superior Court Judges 
Juvenile Judge 
If you have been injured by the negligence of others and will have to file suit in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, you will be filing a civil action for damages against the defendant. These judges hear all serious civil personal injury cases in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
WHAT TYPES OF CASES DOES BEN F. WINDHAM, P.C. HANDLE IN Oglethorpe COUNTY?Ben F. Windham, P.C. Trial Attorneys have represented hundreds of citizens of Oglethorpe County in pursuing lawsuits against negligent individuals and businesses whose careless actions have resulted in serious injuries. Visit windhamlaw.com to see the full list of types of cases we handle.

OES IT HELP TO HAVE AN ATTORNEY THAT IS EXPERIENCED IN Oglethorpe COUNTY?Yes. Just like a lawyer from New York would have a tough time in a small Georgia town it is can serve as a disadvantage to a plaintiff seeking justice in the Oglethorpe County Courts with an attorney who is not familiar with Lexington and the rest of the Northern Judicial Circuit.  Hire a hometown law firm with big city experience. Hire Ben F. Windham, P.C. if you or a loved one is in a car accident or hurt in or around Oglethorpe County.