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Jeremy Wang

Jeremy Wang

J. Wang Law, LLC
  • Personal Injury, Nursing Home Abuse, Insurance Claims...
  • Illinois
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Summary

Jeremy Wang of Oak Brook, Illinois, is a successful trial-tested litigation lawyer. 630-712-9264. Free 20 minute consultations.DuPage County Attorneys is a division of the Wheaton law firm, J. Wang Law, LLC.

When he first started his legal career, Jeremy often heard complaints due to the lack of attention clients received from attorneys they hired in the past. These well established lawyers, although successful, may have been so busy - they did not have the time to give each client the attention they needed. As a young attorney, this is how Mr. Wang built his law practice over the years- one client at a time. Jeremy Wang knows how to value a client and he does his best to get the best possible outcome for each case.

One day coming home from work, Jeremy was side swiped by a young driver who failed to look both ways before crossing an intersection. Over the course of several months and several doctors visits, Jeremy was able to make a partial recovery from his car accident injuries. In any event, this is what led to Mr. Wang to assist others who suffer as well. He knows what it feels like to experience pain and loss due to negligence.

Attorney Jeremy M. Wang, a former felony criminal prosecutor, concentrates his efforts on providing solid representation to those injured from car accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, and medical negligence. Mr Wang has the experience representing cases in Du Page county and surrounding Cook County, Kane County and Will County. Mr. Wang also represents car and truck accident victims and those injured in all personal injury matters throughout northern Illinois. Attorney Jeremy Wang is very much involved in the local community. In 2019, Mr. Wang was elected to serve as Trustee to the Du Page County Regional Education Board. Primary Areas served: Chicago Wheaton Rolling Meadows Geneva Maywood Bridgeview Joliet Attorney.

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Insurance Claims
  • Products Liability
  • Workers' Compensation
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Illinois
Supreme Court of Illinois
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U.S. Supreme Court
ID Number: 309109
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Languages
  • Chinese: Spoken, Written
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
J. Wang Law, LLC
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Fellowship Attorney
Chinese American Service League
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Education
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
J.D. (2010) | LAW
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University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
B.S. (1996) | Life Science/Chemistry
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Awards
Rising Star
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Clients' Choice Award
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AV Preeminent Rated
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Rising Star
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Clients' Choice Award
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AV Preeminent Rated
Martindale-Hubbell
Top Contributor
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Top Lawyers
Chicago Magazine
Top 100 DUI Attorneys State of Illinois
The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC
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Professional Associations
DuPage County Bar Association
Member
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State Bar of Illinois # 6305137
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Illinois Defense Attorney
Legal Answers
58 Questions Answered

Q. I got pulled over for going 81 in a 50. Instead of arresting me and towing my car, the cop gave me a ticket and court,
A: Speeding 26-34 above the legal speed limit is criminal Class B misdemeanor in Illinois. Driving on a suspended license is a minimum criminal Class A misdemeanor in Illinois. Make certain to show up to Court to preserve your $1500 bond as noted. You will need an attorney to represent you.
Q. I am on court supervision for 90 days and am 6 days away from 90 and got a speeding ticket what now
A: Since you are 6 days away from the 90 day mark - wait out the clock and allow the current court supervision to sunset satisfactorily (ie; pay off fines, complete traffic school, etc. ) on day 90 before you answer to this current speeding ticket.
Q. Hello - I had purchase my city sticker, I forgot to put it on my windshield. I had the old one and now $200 ticket
A: Bring the city sticker receipt as proof to Court and see whether they will dismiss the ticket.
Q. My 17 year old son got a moving violation ticket 10/2017, one in 6/2019 (speeding)-took class so not counted, and
A: A guilty plea exposes your son to more civil liability than just possibly losing his license. The best way to avoid a conviction is to show up to Court with your son and bring a seasoned Traffic Attorney with you.
Q. Does court supervision prevent insurance companies from raising your insurance?
A: In Illinois, Court Supervision do not count as convictions. However, be mindful the government may ask the Court to revoke Court Supervision and enter a conviction against you if you pick up another ticket while driving on Court Supervision.
Q. If my court date is more than 30 days after the day I received the ticket could I get the case dismissed?
A: You will have a better chance to get the case dismissed if the Court date was more than 60 days after the day you received a non-criminal traffic ticket.
Q. How Can I get a 2017 ticket amended from above 15- 25 mph to below 14?
A: Talk to a local traffic attorney near the county where you got denied. If all else fails, I suggest finding another job. Good Luck!
Q. So I got a no proof of insurance ticket today, the ticket has a fine of 140. Is that the true?
A: The 140 is your bond. The penalty fine for no proof of insurance is much much higher.
Q. I got a ticket for failure to completely stop at a stop sign will my license get suspended?
A: Under age 21 - Two moving violation convictions within 24 months triggers a license suspension. Court Supervision, when successfully completed, does not count as a conviction.
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Contact & Map
J. Wang Law - Cook County Satellite Office
3701 Algonquin Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
USA
Cell: (630) 712-9264
Jeremy Wang Law & Associates, LLC
610 Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
USA
Telephone: (630) 712-9264
Fax: (877) 224-3613
J. Wang Law - Will County Satellite Office
2660 S Cherry Hill Road
A1
Joliet, IL 60433
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Cell: (630) 712-9264