Brian Boger is an attorney who focuses on consumer issues such as foreclosures, predatory lending, identity theft, debt collection harassment, and credit card issues. As a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, Brian is passionate about empowering his clients with knowledge about legal issues. Brian especially enjoys helping individuals understand the consumer protection laws and how those laws affect their daily lives.

Brian brings 33 years of experience to the table. He brings energy and passion to the cases he handles. He has been successful at winning cases against banks, mortgage companies, credit card companies, and collection agencies for unlawful activity. He has handled thousands of real estate closings and understands the intricacies of the required documents at a closing. He knows the difference between a “good faith estimate” and a “truth-in-lending” disclosure. He has the expertise to understand the subtle meanings contained in a promissory note and a mortgage. All of this experience is important in getting to the meat of a legal matter.

Brian Boger has built his law firm to assist consumers with issues involving credit reporting errors, debt collection harassment, identity theft, credit card billing errors, banking disputes, and arbitration. His firm represents consumers in lawsuits against credit bureaus, creditors, and debt collectors. He helps people with claims for violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and other federal and state consumer statutes.