Serving the Fairview Heights area.
1.Sullivan & Vonbokel, PC
10326 Lincoln Trl
General Practice AttorneysAttorneysCriminal Law Attorneys
When you're heading into criminal court in a rural area, you want to know your defense attorney knows the lay of the land, knows how local prosecutors charge and plead cases, and knows how the local p
2.Brunton Law Office
819 Vandalia St
AttorneysLabor & Employment Law AttorneysPersonal Injury Law Attorneys
At Brunton Law Offices, we offer over 40 years of combined legal experience to individuals across the Metro East region in southern Illinois and eastern Missouri. Well known for our excellent academic
3.Glass & Korein LLC
7012 W Main St
AttorneysLabor & Employment Law Attorneys
The law office of Glass & Korein, LLC, successfully helps injured workers in Central and Southern Illinois with their worker's compensation legal issues. Located in Belleville, IL, Glass & Korein unde
4.Weller Law Firm
1 S Church St Ste 202
At The Weller Law Firm, located in Belleville, IL, we provide our clientele with honest, realistic legal advice and a variety of options to pursue their legal goals. When you come to us with a legal p
5.MC Carthy & Allen
3 Ginger Creek Pkwy
AttorneysAdministrative & Governmental Law AttorneysPersonal Injury Law AttorneysReal Estate Attorneys
If you are living or working in the Edwardsville, Glen Carbon and surrounding Metro East area and require legal assistance, having a team of attorneys who know the region, the laws peculiar to the sta
6.Mathis Marifian Richter & Grandy Ltd
23 Public Sq
AttorneysAccident & Property Damage AttorneysCriminal Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
7.Dixon & Johnston Attorneys at Law
101 W Main St
AttorneysBankruptcy ServicesSocial Security & Disability Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
Dixon and Johnston law firm concentrates on Consumer Bankruptcy (Ch 7 & 13), Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Family Law. We have helped thousands of individuals
Sherer Law Office
205 N 2nd St, Edwardsville, IL, 62025 Across the street from the Courthouse
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