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Penn & Seaborn, LLC - Eufaula, AL

1442 S. Eufaula Ave. Eufaula, AL 36027

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Updated: 09/03/2021

Eufaula Personal Injury - Serious Personal Injury Law Firm

About Penn & Seaborn, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Personal Injury - Serious Personal Injury


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Office Information


1442 S. Eufaula Ave. Eufaula, AL 36027

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (24/7 Answering Service)


  • 334-687-5111

Other Offices

Penn & Seaborn, LLC (Main Office) 5 Court Square P.O. Box 688 Clayton, AL 36016 334-219-9771

Penn & Seaborn, LLC 53 Highway 110 Union Springs, AL 36089 334-530-6863

Penn & Seaborn, LLC 1971 Berry Chase Place Montgomery, AL 36117 334-746-5911

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