James Richard Rowe II’s Guides

James Richard Rowe II

Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Bite Back - Hotel Bed Bug Lawsuits

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 1 year ago.

    Bite Back! James Rowe, Partner The Law Firm of Rowe Associates Chicago hotels and housing complexes have been exposed recently as having the highest rate of bed bug infestations in the United States, not exactly a category to be proud of. Even worse yet is when guests of t...

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  2. Illinois Law & Security Deposits: When Your Landlord Refuses To Return Your Security Deposit

    Written by attorney James Rowe, about 3 years ago.

    Illinois Law Security Deposits: When Your Landlord Refuses To Return Your Security Deposit by James Rowe, Attorney The Law Firm of Rowe Associates Offices in Chicago, Illinois and Kankakee, Illinois (312) 345-1357 -- (815) 929-3844 www.RoweLegal.com -- JamesRowe@RoweLegal.com ...

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  3. Illinois Discrimination: Filing A Charge Under the Illinois Human Rights Act

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    FILING A CHARGE OF DISCRIMINATION UNDER THE ILLINOIS HUMAN RIGHTS ACT James Rowe, Partner The Law Firm of Rowe Associates 100 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1010, Chicago, IL 60602 Direct: 312/345-1357 rowelegal@gmail.com If you believe you have been discriminated against, fe...

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  4. Representing Victims of Car Crashes in Illinois.

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    Representing Victims of Car Crashes in Illinois. James Rowe, Partner The Law Firm of Rowe Associates 100 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1010, Chicago, IL 60602 Direct: 312/345-1357 rowelegal@gmail.com No matter how careful drivers may be, accidents happen. Perhaps the highway is ...

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  5. Representing Victims of Truck Crashes in Illinois.

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    Representing Victims of Truck Crashes in Illinois. Author: James Rowe, Partner The Law Firm of Rowe Associates 100 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1010, Chicago, IL 60602 Direct: 312/345-1357 rowelegal@gmail.com Representing Victims of Truck Crashes in Illinois Trucks are among...

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  6. Applying for a Video Gaming License Under Illinois' New Video Gaming Law

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    VIDEO POKER ANYONE? Applying for A Video Gaming License Under Illinois New Video Gaming Act Author: James Rowe, Partner The Law Firm of Rowe Associates 100 North LaSalle Street, Suite 1010, Chicago, IL 60602 Direct: 312/345-1357 rowelegal@gmail.com If you are intereste...

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  7. Mesothelioma and Asbestos Exposure - LIST of workplaces in IL where employees may have been exposed.

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    A partial list of the high risk industries for asbestos exposure includes oil, wood products, steel, chemical manufacturing, power generation and construction. These are industries where job sites routinely exposed workers to asbestos up through the mid 1980s. At that point asbes...

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  8. Fighting Foreclosure in Chicago / Cook County

    Written by attorney James Rowe, over 3 years ago.

    Fighting Foreclosure in Chicago??? There are a number of Housing Counseling Agencies in the City of Chicago that can assist homeowners who are facing foreclosure or fear they may soon be. Homeowners are encouraged to reach out to these agencies for foreclosure prevention assista...

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  9. My Employer Fired Me Because I Have a Felony Conviction - Can They Do That?

    Written by attorney James Rowe, about 4 years ago.

    A Federal Court recently dismissed a case claiming that his firing due to a felony conviction on his criminal record was discriminatory based upon race. The Court dismissed the case because the plaintiff was not a member of a protected class, i.e., he was not a minority. Howeve...

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  10. My Employer Fired Me Because I Have a Felony Conviction - Can They Do That?

    Written by attorney James Rowe, about 4 years ago.

    A Federal Court recently dismissed a case claiming that his firing due to a felony conviction on his criminal record was discriminatory based upon race. The Court dismissed the case because the plaintiff was not a member of a protected class, i.e., he was not a minority. Howeve...

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful