Consumer Protection and Civil Defense Attorney in Chicago

 

 

 

 

Fight Back. Get Justice.

Debts in Collection

Student Loans

Loan Modifications

Foreclosure

We can help. Call or email today for a free consultation.

(773) 453-7410 | daniel@mainstreetattorney.com

CREDITOR HARASSMENT

Many debt collectors and debt buyers break federal laws when trying to collect a debt. We can take them to task for their violations. We can also fight bogus or inflated claims and overturn unlawful judgments.

Loan Modifications

Modifying a mortgage loan can be a life-saver. But some banks and mortgage companies don’t play fair. We offer guidance as you go through the process, and aggressive litigation if you’ve been wronged.

FORECLOSURE

Few things cause more stress than a big bank threatening to take away your home. Don’t let them make you feel helpless. Learn about your rights and your options under the law.

DEBT COLLECTION DEFENSE

The law provides several tools for dealing with overwhelming debts and aggressive collectors. Our knowledge and experience will allow you to consider every available resource at your disposal.

Daniel Brown is a consumer advocate. He dedicates his practice to helping regular people fight back against big banks and aggressive debt collectors. Before starting his consumer practice, Daniel graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 2009 and started his legal career at a large, national law firm. There he represented Fortune 500 companies and investors in bankruptcy, debt litigation, and restructuring deals. In 2012 he started a boutique firm and expanded his practice to New York. But in 2015 he decided to quit representing hedge funds on Wall Street and start representing middle class and working people on Main Street in his hometown of Chicago.

PRINCIPAL ATTORNEY DANIEL BROWN

Daniel Brown is a consumer advocate. He dedicates his practice to helping regular people fight back against big banks and aggressive debt collectors. Before starting his consumer practice, Daniel graduated with honors from Harvard Law School in 2009 and started his legal career at a large, national law firm. There he represented Fortune 500 companies and investors in bankruptcy, debt litigation, and restructuring deals. In 2012 he started a boutique firm and expanded his practice to New York. But in 2015 he decided to quit representing hedge funds on Wall Street and start representing middle class and working people on Main Street in his hometown of Chicago.