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Collectively, the lawyers of Schierer & Ritchie, LLC, have over three decades of experience helping people with their personal injury, auto accident and criminal defense cases. When seeking legal assistance for a criminal defense or personal injury case, it can be tough to find the right Peoria lawyer. Choosing an attorney is a crucial first step in any legal matter you deal with—one that can directly impact the result of your case. For that reason, it’s in your best interest to turn to a well-versed law firm equipped to navigate you through the complex legal system. And Schierer & Ritchie, LLC, can help you do precisely that.
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If you’re facing criminal charges, or if you’ve been injured in an accident, you need an attorney with whom you can feel comfortable. At Schierer & Ritchie, LLC, we strive to be open and accessible to our clients, building personal relationships. It’s important to us that we understand your needs and desires, so we can offer you the best legal assistance possible.
Our law firm is headed by attorneys Charles Schierer and Tiffany Ritchie, each of whom has over 10 years of experience in serving Peoria locals.
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