Mike Davis and Associates PC.

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(312) 759-1900

Mike Davis and Associates PC.

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Hiring A Skilled Defense Attorney Can Save You Thousands Of Dollars.
Call Now Before A Judgment Is Entered Against You! (312) 759-1900

100% Money-Back Fee Guarantee In Debt-Buyer Cases

(If the case is not dismissed, I return all of my client’s fee.)

Attorney Mike Davis Uses The Rules Of Evidence, The Law Of Assignments, And The Code Of Civil Procedure To Have Debt Buyer Lawsuits Completely Dismissed By The Court. If Your Case Isn’t Completely Thrown Out, You Don’t Pay!

Did you know that many lawsuits to collect credit card debts aren’t filed by the company that originally issued the credit card? These cases are filed by “debt buyers” that pay a few pennies on the dollar for the right to collect on thousands of accounts that have been written off by the original card issuer. Often, these “accounts” have no supporting paperwork whereby the company suing you can prove, in fact, that it actually owns the debt, or what was the proper interest rate on the credit card, or who was really responsible for paying the bills, etc.

Often the case cannot be proved, and if not the case will be COMPLETELY DISMISSED by the Court.

Facing a Debt Collection Lawsuit in Chicago or suburbs?

Don’t Let Them Win—Let Us Show You How To Fight Back

Are you being sued by some company you’ve never even heard of? Are you wondering what a debt buyer even is? If so, you’re not alone. Nearly 200 million Americans have credit card debt, and many of them will at one point or another receive a dreaded notice in the mail from a debt buyer demanding payment on a debt they may not have even known about. If this sounds like you, don’t let the stress overcome you, and don’t act until you’ve spoken to an experienced debt attorney—one who won’t simply suggest that you file bankruptcy. There are much better options available; do yourself a favor by exploring them with Attorney Mike Davis, located right here in Chicago.

First, what is a debt buyer? Simply put, a debt buyer is an entity that purchases debts for pennies on the dollar from primary lenders and whose ultimate mission is to obtain the full amount of debt from you. While it might seem like there’s no way to fight a debt buyer lawsuit, almost nothing could be further from the truth. You have defenses— defenses based on your rights and the laws which debt buyers must abide.

The following questions and issues should be explored promptly upon receiving any demand for money or threat of a lawsuit from a debt buyer in Chicago, IL:

  1. Is the debt in question truly owned by the debt buyer as it claims?
  2. Does the debt buyer have proof of ownership of the debt?
  3. Is the debt itself valid? For example, if the debt was previously discharged via bankruptcy or more than five years old, then it may not be valid or collectible

Attorney Mike Davis is helping people throughout Chicago and its suburbs combat creditors and debt buyers who seem to stop at nothing to get their money. These creditors and debt buyers count on people to remain ignorant of their rights, and to give in before they seek the assistance of a debt attorney who will fiercely defend them.

Client Testimonials

“First off I will like to Thank Mike Davis for helping me Dismiss my Case Thank you. If you’re getting sued by a Creditor and you have no way out I highly recommend him to represent you. Give him a call before you think Bankruptcy is your only way out . Thank you Mike Davis 5 stars I hope someone does find this helpful and does get some stress away from their life!“

Jose G.

What To Do If A Judgment Has Already Been Made
Against You

A court judgment should not be taken lightly, as it could allow the creditor or debt buyer to take one or more of the following actions:

If a judgment has already been made against you by a creditor, the very last thing you want to do is ignore it. However, you should hesitate before doing what most bankruptcy lawyers would tell you to do, which is just file for bankruptcy. While bankruptcy can be a last resort solution for some people under certain circumstances, it’s accompanied by many negative consequences that are often sugarcoated by lawyers who specialize in that area of the law.

Rather than suggest that you call it quits through bankruptcy, Attorney Mike Davis will ensure that you exhaust every last option available to you, which will include fighting the judgment in court. With a strong debt attorney by your side and the right evidence, you could possibly get the judgment overturned, defeat your creditor, and end up owing nothing. Many times, a judgment will be made without you having had a chance to state your argument in court, but overturning a post-judgment proceeding would be your chance to do so. If this is not an option that is likely to be successful or simply one that you do not want to pursue, then you may consider settling the debt. Choosing to settle the debt would allow you to avoid filing for bankruptcy as well as pay back less money than the total amount owed.

Ultimately, the wisest course of action for you will need to be determined after a thorough evaluation of the details specific to your case and an inventory of the strategies available to you. Mike Davis and Associates, PC located here in Chicago are ready to guide you through every step of this process. Take control of your circumstances today by contacting Mike at (312) 759-1900.

Contact Now To Fight Back And Win!

Office Location

1 E. Wacker Dr.
Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: (312) 759-1900

Fax: (312) 234-0536

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Not A Bankruptcy Attorney, Debt Consolidation Firm, Or Credit Repair Agency.
This website is provided for information purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject matter. Mike Davis, Esq. expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all the contents of this website. Transmission of information from or to this web site (including inter alia questions, requests to contact the sender, etc.) does not create an attorney-client relationship between anyone and Mr. Davis.