Henry F. (Hank) Sherrod III, P.C.

Alabama Civil Rights Trial Lawyer

Protecting Civil Rights
for Over 20 Years

(888) 764-4141

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119 South Court Street
Florence, AL 35630
Phone: (256) 764-4141
Toll-Free: (888) 764-4141
Toll-Free Fax: (877) 684-0802
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Office Hours

Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend hours available by appointment.

Directions

From Florence/Sheffield/Tuscumbia/Muscle Shoals

  • Downtown Florence on S. Court Street across from the First Southern Bank building and diagonal from the Lauderdale County Courthouse. Going north (towards UNA) it is the second two-story building on your right on S. Court St. after you pass College St. You can see my name in the second-story windows.

From Birmingham

  • Take I-65 to the Cullman/Moulton/Florence/Highway 157 Exit. Highway 157 becomes Highway 20/72-Alternate in Colbert County.
  • Directions continue below.

From Decatur

  • Take I-565 from Huntsville towards Decatur. I-565 becomes Highway 20/72-Alternate. Cross the bridge over the Tennessee River into Decatur. Turn right after crossing bridge.
  • Directions continue below.

Birmingham/Decatur - continued

  • Travel west on Hwy 20/72-Alternate to the junction of Highways 43 and 20/72 in Colbert County. There is a stoplight at this intersection and a Hardee's on the right (northeast) corner.
  • Turn right (north) following 72/43 through Muscle Shoals through numerous stoplights.
  • Eventually, the road curves left and there will be a hotel/motel on your right.
  • Get in the right-hand lane and turn right (north) toward Florence.
  • After crossing the bridge, you will be on S. Court Street. Continue through four stoplights.
  • My building is the second two-story building on your right after coming through the fourth light (College St.). You can see my name in the second-story windows.

From Huntsville/Athens

  • Take U.S. Highway 72 West to Florence.
  • Continue on U.S. 72 through Florence until you reach the intersection with Highway 43 South (S. Court Street). A hotel/motel is ahead on the left at the intersection.
  • Turn right on S. Court Street. Continue through two stoplights.
  • My building is the second two-story building on your right after coming through the second light (College St.). You can see my name in the second-story windows.

From Russellville

  • Take Highway 43 North through Muscle Shoals through numerous stoplights.
  • Eventually, the road curves left and there will be a hotel/motel on your right.
  • Get in the right-hand lane and turn right (north) toward Florence.
  • After crossing the bridge, you will be on S. Court Street. Continue through four stoplights.
  • My building is the second two-story building on your right after coming through the fourth light (College St.). You can see my name in the second-story windows.

From Mississippi or Memphis

  • Take U.S. 72 East to the junction with Highway 43 in Colbert County. This intersection has a Hardee's on the left (northeast) corner.
  • Turn left (north) following 72/43 through Muscle Shoals through numerous stoplights.
  • Eventually, the road curves left and there will be a hotel/motel on your right.
  • Get in the right-hand lane and turn right (north) toward Florence.
  • After crossing the bridge, you will be on S. Court Street. Continue through four stoplights.
  • My building is the second two-story building on your right after coming through the fourth light (College St.). You can see my name in the second-story windows.

Parking

You can park on the street or in a public lot behind my office on the corner of S. Seminary St. and College St. ($0.50 all day).

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