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Ball Jack P PC

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(3 Reviews)

190 S Kellogg St, Galesburg, IL 61401

(309) 345-2255

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Today: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
16
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IN BUSINESS
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  • Bankruptcy
  • Divorce
  • Real Estate
Categories
Family Law Attorneys, Adoption Law Attorneys, Attorneys, Bankruptcy Law Attorneys, Divorce Attorneys, General Practice Attorneys, Legal Service Plans, Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Attorneys
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Kristi S.

09/16/2014

Overall

Like the others Jack Ball is RUDE and Patronizing. Treats his clients like they are a bother. Every Lawyer is known for being rude but this attorney takes the cake. Don't Bother

Justin J.

05/01/2014

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I agree with the person below-Jack Ball is very uneducated and will do nothing but waste your time-After Jack spent 15 minutes reading 1 page i brought into him he then began to get frustrated and attempted to patronize me and acted very childish just like he did the customer below -when i called him on his mistakes,pointed them out & asked if he had even read the page he was looking at- he got very upset-he knew he was wrong and began to interrupt me-He then said he can interrupt anyone at anytime at his office - At this point i felt like i was arguing with my grandpa & was not wasting another minute.Anyone reading this-You are much better off doing a Google search than listening to this bitter old man's version of a free consultation-

rundontwalknow

12/11/2012

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I made a mistake and made an a...

I made a mistake and made an appointment with a lawyer who apparently has had no experience with my particular situation. It did not take me long to realize my error. To sum it up, if I want to be patronized, I'll go visit my mother.