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    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
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    Review: “Mr. Gancarczyk is a fantastic attorney. He works hard and really cares about his clients. He makes his clients feel safe and comfortable and really wants to get to know each one of them individually. He answered all the q...
  • Illinois Energy and utilities Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.0  
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    Steve Jeffery, formerly a partner at a large, top tier law firm in St. Louis, started Jeffery Law Group, LLC in 2011 to provide more cost effective legal representation involving environmental, litigation, business, and commercial matters. Mr Jef...
  • Illinois Energy and utilities Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.2  
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    Kenneth Johnson is co-founder and managing partner of Johnson, Blumberg & Associates, LLC.  Kenneth has acquired over 20 years of experience representing banks, mortgage lenders, services and creditors in both secured and unsecured transactions. H...
  • Illinois Energy and utilities Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.8  
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    Tyler J. Moore was born in Joliet, Illinois and is a life-long native of the Southwest Suburbs where he attended Lincoln-Way Central High School. After high school, Mr. Moore graduated from Augustana College, with a major in Philosophy and a minor...
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    Avvo Rating: 8.0  
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    Bruce Morrison’s work focuses on environmental law and litigation as well as on business matters and litigation.  His clients include small and mid-sized businesses, municipalities, and individuals. Mr. Morrison served on the Missouri Department...
  • Illinois Energy and utilities Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.6  
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    Review: “I want to post this review on the Services of Frank D. Kress with the Firm of Rubens and Kress in Chicago. I have been, for over the past four years, in a Workman's Compensation case in the state of Illinois. Abo...