John Lesaganich, P.C., Attorney at Law - Peoria, IL

416 Main Street823 Commerce Bank BuildingPeoria, IL 61602- 3116

Updated: 11/17/2017

Peoria Personal Injury -- Plaintiff Law Firm


Mr. Lesaganich is a 1975 graduate of Bradley University of Peoria, Illinois.  Mr. Lesaganich graduated from Bradley with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science with minors in speech and psychology.  In fact, Mr. Lesaganich attended Bradley University with the assistance of speech scholarship.  Mr. Lesaganich then attended the John Marshall Law School of Chicago, Illinois from which he obtained juris doctor in 1978.  Throughout his three years of law school Mr...


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