The law firm of 

Philipps & Philipps, Ltd. represents consumers who have been abused by illegal debt collection actions.

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Disclaimer
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Areas Served: Philipps and Philipps is a consumer individual and class action law firm. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Illinois and Indiana including, but not limited to Chicago, Elgin, Aurora, Schaumburg, Naperville, Palos Hills, Bolingbrook, Joliet, Plainfield, Barrington Hills, Waukegan, Winnetka, Evanston, DeKalb, Geneva, Batavia, Wheaton, Woodridge, Rockford, Harvey, Markham, Westchester, Cicero, Berwyn, Belvidere, West Chicago, Country Club Hills, Crestwood, Rolling Meadows, Romeoville, Chicago Heights, Tinley Park, Orland Park, Oak Forest, Homewood, Lansing, Calumet City, Hazel Crest, Dolton, Riverdale, Midlothian, Frankfurt, Oak Lawn, Oak Park, Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, Will County, McHenry County, Lake County and more. 

Contact Us
Telephone: 708-974-2900
Fax: 708-974-2907
Address: 9760 S. Roberts Rd. Suite 1,

Palos Hills, Illinois 60465

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Angie K. Robertson

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Education:
Bar Admission:

Angie Robertson joined Philipps & Philipps, Ltd. in 2012.  Angie currently serves as a State Co-Chair for the Illinois Chapter of the National Association of Consumer Advocates.


Since her bar admission, Robertson has appeared in hundreds of cases on behalf of consumers in both Illinois and Indiana federal courts.  These include both individual actions and class actions.  


In law school, Angie Robertson displayed a dedication for social justice and serving consumers. She was a Public Interest Law Initiative Intern for Coordinated Advice and Referral Program for Legal Services from 2008-2010. There, she assisted low-income clients with consumer law, family law, and landlord-tenant matters. She worked as a student attorney at the Loyola Community Law Clinic and also write for the Loyola Public Interest Law Reporter.


Angie has co-led continuing legal education sessions on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for the National Association of Consumer Advocates, Illinois Legal Advocates, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, CARPLS, and the Chicago Bar Association.