The city of Troy is located in Pike County in south western Alabama. Troy is the county seat of Pike County. The city was first settled in 1824 and later named Troy in 1838. The city has over 14,000 permanent residents.
The city is best known for being the home of Troy University. Troy University is a four–year public university that has over 6,500 students at the main Troy campus. The university is the largest employer in the Troy metropolitan area. Other large employers in the area include Lockheed Martin and the Wal–Mart Distribution center in nearby Brundidge. The completion of US Highway 231 in 1978 established a four–lane highway between Montgomery, Alabama through Troy to the Florida border south of Dothan. This four lane highway is now a main artery for traffic from Montgomery to Florida and is the highway many people use to get the Florida beaches.
Troy, Alabama has several major highways that service the Troy area, including: U.S. Highway 231; Alabama Highway 53; Alabama Highway 10; Alabama Highway 15; Alabama Highway 87; Alabama Highway 167; and Alabama Highway 29.
In 2008, there were 550 automobile accidents in the city of Troy, 113 people were injured in these wrecks. In Pike County, Alabama, there were 908 motor vehicle accidents, 284 people were injured in these accidents. In 2008, 9 people lost their lives in car and truck accidents in Pike County.
Our Troy Alabama personal injury attorneys have successfully handled numerous Pike County, Alabama car accident cases. We handle all personal injury and car wreck cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge you a fee until and unless we make a recovery for you.
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury contact our experienced and dedicated Troy Alabama car accident attorneys. The evaluation is free and confidential.
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