Law Offices of David L Freidberg & Associates


Law Offices of David L Freidberg & Associates

Criminal, DUI-DWI, Felony, Misdemeanor, White Collar Crime

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Criminal, DUI-DWI, Felony, Misdemeanor, White Collar Crime

Attorney David L. Freidberg is highly respected among prosecutors, judges and court personnel for his professionalism and relentless dedication to pro... (more)

"I just want to take this time to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to David Freidberg. He is a superb attorney and he really knows his stuff. We are so glad that he helped us with my daughter Danielle's case. He got her the best possible outcome with what he was working with. We are so grateful to him and would highly recommend him to anyone. I will be keeping his card accessible just in case. He was very honest and straight forward. Even after he was paid he still worked as her attorney until the case was resolved. Once again thank you so much."

  1 year ago     Marcie Washington

"David is amazing! He's reliable, precise and well informed. He's great at communicating information. Highly recommended!"

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  1 year ago     Frances Smith

"David is truly the best. He is worth every penny. I am so glad I found him. There are lawyers that are cheaper but you will not get the level of expertise and knowledge he has. He is incredibly knowledgeable, professional and great at his job. He knows the ins and out of laws. He walked me and my family through every steps. He answered every question, every text and every call. Needles to say we won. Things went exactly the way he said it would. Multiple people in the court room commented that my lawyer was awesome and it is true. If i had to spend the money a million times it would be worth it and I would ALWAYS call David. he will be my attorney going forward and will be the only one i trust who will truly fight for me. David is the best. He fights for his clients and he wins."

  2 years ago     Brittani Smith

"I contacted David about an old 2005 Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon felony conviction. He was very informed and not only was he able to vacate the conviction completely.....he was also able to expunge my record! I highly recommend his services"

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Law Offices of David L Freidberg & Associates
70 W. Madison Street, Suite 1400
Chicago, IL 60602


70 W. Madison Street, Suite 1400
Chicago, IL 60602

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