Bleyer and Bleyer

Law Firm in Marion, IL
Highly Skilled & Effective Professionals. An AV Rated Preeminent Law Firm.

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About This Firm

Members of the firm have concentrated in the practice of insurance defense litigation since 1955, and serve the entire Southern Illinois area in both State and Federal Courts.

Areas of Law

  • Insurance Defense
  • Workers Compensation
  • Insurance Bad Faith.
  • Local Government Torts
  • Civil Rights

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4.3 out of 5.0
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Country Mutual Insurance Co., Farmers Insurance Group of Cos., Cincinnati Insurance Co., Pekin Insurance Co., Grange Mutual Casualty Co., Bliss-McKnight /GIE, Illinois Municipal League Risk-Mgt., Southern Illinois Insurance Trust, Martin Boyer Co., Safeco, Allstate Inc. Co., American International, Illinois Casualty Co., Travelers/St. Paul, Cincinnati Insurance Co., Unitrin, American International Group, Ameren CIPS, Ford Motor Co., Crawford & Co., Scottsdale Insurance Co., Lake of Egypt Water, GEICO, State Auto Insurance, Columbia Insurance, OneBeacon Ins., Church Mutual and Brotherhood Mutual.


Bank of Marion, Marion and Illinois.

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Bleyer and Bleyer
601 West Jackson Street, P.O. Box 487,
Marion, IL 62959-0487

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 601 West Jackson Street, P.O. Box 487,
Marion, IL 62959-0487


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