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Chicago Commercial Debt Collections Law Firm
Overview"Our clients receive sophisticated and cost-effective results. At Whiteman Law, we pride ourselves on our repeat business clients, some of whom have worked with us for decades. We accomplish this by always keeping the bottom line in mind.
We know our clients don't want to win a case only to lose their gains in litigation expenses and attorney fees. That is why we examine issues from various perspectives to find creative and efficient solutions."
About Whiteman Law
- Commercial Debt Collections
- Commercial Real Estate
- Mechanic’s Liens
- Real Estate Litigation
- Home Remodeling Disputes
- Adam B. Whiteman (Attorney)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
118 N. Clinton StreetSuite LL 380 Chicago, IL 60661
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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Recommends this Law Firm
I (and others in our law firm) refer all of our commercial litigation to Adam. He is extremely knowledgible and experienced in handling commercial disputes, respectful of the attorney-client relationship, and I would not hesitate to recommend him for handling your commercial litigation.
Recommends this Law Firm
Adam Whiteman knows his area of law, listens to the client, communicates well and is strategic in his approach. I would work with him again.
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