Perry & randolph
If you live in Ashley, Nashville, Okawville or any other part of Washington County, give the Beard Law Firm a call. We have served families in Washington County for over thirty years and we will ensure your rights are protected in Washington County, by putting together the evidence needed for your case.schedule a free consultation
Are you in need of legal help following a car accident, injury at work, or another form of legal wrongdoing? If so, and if you live in Du Quoin, Pinckneyville, Willisville or any other part of Perry County, give the Beard Law Firm a call. We have served families in Perry County for over thirty years and we will go to court in Perry County to fight for your rights.
If you live in Chester, Red Bud, Sparta or any other part of Randolph County, give the Beard Law Firm a call. We have served families in Randolph County for over thirty years and we will go to court in Randolph County to fight for your rights.
The Washington County Courthouse is located in Nashville, Illinois. Nashville is home to two of the larger manufacturing centers in the area. Notable people who have called Nashville home include 3 Illinois Supreme Court Justices (Byron O. House, Ralph L. Maxwell, and Lloyd A. Karmeier) and one U.S. Supreme Court Justice, namely Harry Blackmun. Nashville offers several excellent dining options; a couple of our favorites are Buretta's Bar & Grill and the Girolamo Pizzeria. .
The Perry County Courthouse is located in Pinckneyville, Illinois. Each year, Perry County features Street Machine Nationals and the Illinois State Fair, which occur at the State Fairgrounds in Du Quoin. Notable Perry County natives include NFL Hall of Famer Marion Rushing and actress Billie Hayes. Billiards legend Minnesota Fats lived in DuQuoin for a time. Perry County features many great restaurants, including Alongi's, The Twisted Vine, and the Salty Boar. Du Quoin is also home to one of the two locations of the St. Nicholas Brewing Company, one of our favorite micro-breweries.
The Randolph County Courthouse is located in Chester, Illinois. The courthouse sits atop a bluff overlooking the Mississippi and features one of the best panoramic views in the state. Each year on the weekend after Labor Day, Chester hosts the Popeye Picnic in honor of its most famous native, Popeye creator E.C. Segar. Randolph County also features the World Shooting and Recreational Complex that hosts the World Trapshooting Championships each August. The 1967 Best Picture "In the Heat of the Night" was primarily filmed in Sparta. While Randolph County features many great restaurants, our favorites are the St. Nicholas Brewing Company in Chester and the Opera House Bistro in Red Bud.