Joseph Q. Lou Esq.

Law

 

BankruptcyBankruptcy / Personal Injury Attorney Chicago, IL

Finding the right law firm these days isn’t easy. “I never hear back from my lawyer” is a common complaint from frustrated clients of big firms. Many of the law firms you see advertising on TV, the Internet or yellow pages are big businesses with corporate policies, crowded call centers and complex internal hierarchies. These are firms who identify customers by code numbers and route their phone calls to be answered by customer service representatives as opposed to real attorneys. We do things differently at The Law Offices of Joseph Q. Lou.

At my practice, your case is my number one priority. As an experienced local attorney, I have helped many people like you in the areas of bankruptcy and personal injury law. Over the years, I have sat down with hundreds of clients in discussion about their personal, legal and financial matters. I take pride in advising my clients on how to protect their rights and their finances. One of the keys to my growth has been the fact that many of my clients refer their friends, relatives and co-workers to me. Given the opportunity to handle your case, I can personally guarantee that your situation will receive the proper care and respect that it deserves.

To schedule your free consultation, please call me at 773-286-8484

 
 

 

Like most clients, you would
probably opt for a Chapter 7
bankruptcy to eliminate most
or all of your debts within a
short period of time. Any assets
that are considered non-exempt
can be liquidated to pay part of
your outstanding bills.



 

 

While Chapter 13 bankruptcy
may not be as quick as a
Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is the
next best thing. Under a Chapter
13, you make a monthly payment
to a court appointed trustee to
pay some or all of your debts
back based on what you can
afford. Generally, you are able to
keep all of your properties

 

 

Personal injury lawsuit is a legal
process through which you can
get compensation from the people
responsible for you injury. In a
personal injury claim, you need to
show that the defendant is liable
and that you suffered personal
damage. The defendant is found
liable if he or she acted negligently
in causing your injury.

 
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