Everett

Everett, Pennsylvania, a borough in Bedford County, has a population of approximately 1,800. Everett's original name was "Bloody Run." It was named after a creek which was a battle site between settlers and Native Americans. The town was later renamed in honor of politician Edward Everett.

Everett is home to many unique shops and historic structures such as the Union Hotel, the Everett Railroad Station and Museum, the Hartley House, The Indian Monument and more. The Everett Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Pennsylvania's longest hiking trail, the Mid State Trail passes through the center of town. Bestselling author, Dean Koontz also calls Everett home.

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Attorney Stoehr is very experienced in motor vehicle and general negligence law. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian or truck accident or have experienced other types of injuries such as a dog bite, construction accident, food poisoning or an ATV accident, give us a call at (814) 946-4100 or email. Visit our website at www.stoehrlaw.com and you will see by reading his profile that he is very experienced and will work diligently to obtain a favorable settlement for you. Best of all, there is no fee unless we obtain a favorable outcome for you .