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LAWPOINTS 17
Lisa Ann Dougherty (1.7 miles)
Personal Injury, Elder Law
4001 Schlhse Ln, Po Box 219
Center Valley, PA 18034, Lehigh County
LAWPOINTS 17
Ronald James Saffron (3.4 miles)
Real Estate
135 E Market Street,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 17
William T. Shulick (3.7 miles)
Real Estate
80 S Stewart Street,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 12
Jennifer J. Rega (3.6 miles)
General Practice
147 East Market Street,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 12
Ralph L. Gessler (3.7 miles)
General Practice
80 S Stewart Street,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 12
Robert S. Bell (4.0 miles)
General Practice
28 Miller Dr,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 12
Jonathan Curtis Hook (5.2 miles)
General Practice
600 Riverside Ave,
Homer City, PA 15748, Indiana County
LAWPOINTS 7
Benjamin James Mollo (3.9 miles)
General Practice
173 S Liberty St,
Blairsville, PA 15717, Indiana County

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