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Work with a dependable law firm in Chicago, IL

Regardless of the situation, dealing with a legal challenge is never easy. Instead of trying to resolve your business litigation issues or landlord-tenant disputes on your own, turn to a law firm that's trusted by the community. The Law Office of Douglas R. Johnson, P.C. has helped countless clients throughout the Chicago, IL area find solutions to their legal problems. A litigation attorney from our law firm can help you, too.

To schedule a consultation with a reliable litigation attorney in Chicago, IL, call 312-982-9600 today.

Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution

A dedicated litigation attorney from our law firm can help you navigate your business litigation matters with confidence.

Debt Collection

Debt Collection

Rely on a debt collection attorney to help you get the money you're owed.



Enforcement of Judgments

Enforcement of Judgments

if you are having trouble executing on a judgment, allow our experience for work you


Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Our law firm can help you settle a wide range of landlord-tenant disputes.


Why trust your legal needs to the Law Office of Douglas R. Johnson, P.C.?

The Law Office of Douglas R. Johnson, P.C. is dedicated to providing exceptional legal services, from enforcing judgment to collecting debt. Individuals and businesses throughout the Chicago, IL area trust our legal team to guide them through a variety of legal challenges with the utmost care. Here's why:

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We're skilled:

we can draw on over 20 years of legal experience

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We're responsive:

we do everything we can to remain accessible to our clients throughout their legal proceedings

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We're compassionate:

we know the fears and frustrations that can come from facing legal challenges, and we do our best to make you feel comfortable with our process

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"God Works Wonders Now And Again; Behold A Lawyer An Honest Man."
- Benjamin Franklin.