Christian J. Jorgensen
When Christian Jorgensen’s clients become involved in legal and business disputes, his number one priority is to protect their legal rights and commercial interests. Mr. Jorgensen manages each case as both a legal and business problem and always aims to resolve every matter in a way that best benefits the client.
Mr. Jorgensen, a partner of the firm, was previously corporate and litigation counsel for Northwest Indiana’s largest supplemental education franchisee. As a business owner and attorney, he has unique understanding of and experience in all types of litigation. Mr. Jorgensen has sixteen years of experience counseling businesses in all aspects of commercial litigation and litigation avoidance, as well as extensive experience in mortgage loss mitigation litigation, equipment leasing and financing litigation, secured transactions, sales, mechanic’s lien litigation, and landlord-tenant disputes. He is licensed to practice law in both Illinois and Indiana and routinely practices in federal and state courts in both states.
Mr. Jorgensen has successfully litigated hundreds of cases in federal and state courts, including appellate courts, across the nation. Like all of the attorneys at Dressler | Peters, LLC, Mr. Jorgensen is an aggressive attorney who understands your business objectives. He currently resides in Northwest Indiana with his wife and children, and remains active with local businesses there.
Mr. Jorgensen is available for consultation at Dressler | Peters offices in Chicago, Illinois and heads the Firm’s Northwest Indiana office.
We have the experience and knowledge to quickly recover collateral, from heavy equipment to on-the-road vehicles to aircraft and medical equipment, wherever it may be located.
Litigating business disputes involves several complex areas of law which include a variety of contractual and tort claims such as breach of contract, fraud, tortious interference with contract and breach of fiduciary duty.
Today, residential and commercial mortgage fraud is a pervasive problem — one that can affect the financial solvency of any lender even a decade after its mortgage loans are sold on the secondary market.
Mr. Jorgensen graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law, magna cum laude, and attended legal courses at Cambridge University in England. Mr. Jorgensen graduated cum laude from Illinois State University with a bachelor of science degree in both history and social sciences and was the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships at both schools.