The Edwardsville office of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP was established in 2005 to better serve the firm's clients in Central and Southern Illinois. The Edwardsville office is located in Madison County, which has long been the venue of choice for asbestos and other mass toxic tort cases filed by plaintiff lawyers from around the country. Many of the attorneys in the Edwardsville office also practice in Hinshaw's Belleville, Illinois, office. They are highly experienced litigators who have successfully defended clients against asbestos class actions, commercial law class actions and other mass toxic tort claims. In addition, the Edwardsville attorneys are skilled in the areas of medical malpractice and other professional malpractice claims, commercial contract disputes, products liability claims, transportation claims, civil rights and labor and employment claims, real estate litigation and all types of catastrophic losses and personal injury cases.
From Springfield, Illinois
Take Interstate 55 South to IL-143 Exit 23 toward Edwardsville/Marine. Turn right onto IL-143. Take the second right to stay on IL-143. Stay straight to go onto West Vandalia Street/IL-157. The building is on the corner of West Vandalia and Main Street across from the Walgreens. Parking is available in front of the building.
From St. Louis, Missouri
Take Interstate 55 North/I-70 East/I-64 East/US 40 East via the ramp on the left toward Illinois. Keep left to take I-55N/I-70E/US 40 toward The Great River Road North/Chicago/Indianapolis. Take Exit 10 toward I-255/Interstate 270 Memphis. Merge onto I-255 N via the exit on the left toward I-270. I-255 becomes I-IL-255 N. Take the New Poag Road Exit 3. Keep right to the ramp toward Edwardsville. Turn right onto New Poag Road. New Poag Road becomes St. Louis Street. Stay straight to go onto West Vandalia Street/IL-157. The building is on the corner of West Vandalia and Main Street across from the Walgreens. Parking is available in front of the building.
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