Caruso Law Offices in Albuquerque, NM with Reviews -
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By: Tony V.
Simon A. Kubiak, Attorneys at Law, P.C.
Very unprofessional I could of done better defending myself. Took my money then moved out of town. Sent a terrible uneducated replacement lawyer in a old wrinkled up suit, like he lives behind the courthouse. Then tried to bill me double. Lost my case and then insulted my family asking "how old are you that u have to bring your father with you to court?" at FAMILY COURT mind you. AVOID AT ALL COSTS do not waste your money people this lawfirm is a joke
By: Larry D.
Business Law Southwest
Business Law South West is a great Law firm to work with. Very Professional and they care about their clients needs. Would recommend them to anyone in need of Business Legal Assistance.
By: Aaron E.
Law 4 Small Business
I absolutely appreciate Law 4 Small Business. Larry Donahue and his colleagues were the best to work with. I will recommend them to anyone seeking legal advise or representation and will continue to use their services in the future.
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By: Twentyfourseven T.
Law 4 Small Business
Larry was very helpful in answering all my questions! I am very satisfied with the service I received.
By: Angelica B.
Law 4 Small Business
Larry was great and saved us from what would have become VERY costly mistakes down the road. We'd been using an accountant to handle our LLC formation who it turns out wasn't very knowledgeable in this arena. They had advised us to register a foreign LLC in every state we planned to operate in - made sense, at least to people who have never formed an LLC before. Long story short, we stopped the formation immediately after talking to Larry as this turned out to be not only ridiculously costly, but entirely unnecessary. We then made the smart choice to let L4SB handle the rest of our formation needs. Couldn't be happier.
By: Richard V.
Cliff McIntyre, Esq.
Mr. McIntyre is a very good attorney. He actually cares about the best interest of his clients. I highly recommend him.
By: Anthony E.
Law Offices of Lynda Latta, LLC
Anthony E. 11/13/2015Brianna is not just a lawyer. Brianna Feerer-Huss, is an exceptional Associate Attorney who took a personal and keen interest in our case. She took the time to understand our situation and approached it with balance for the best outcome. She brought the details to light and communicated them to the judge for the best interest of her client. She takes care of you and makes you feel safe and secure before and during the hearings. Brianna is worth every dollar we paid! Thank you and she has our full appreciation and recommendation!
By: Frank C.
Personal Injury Law Center
Thought that this law firm did a really good job getting me money from the insurance for the motorcycle wreck. Liked that I didn't get billed but only paid a percentage of the settlement at the end. Also, Caruso discounted the fee to 29% to get me more money. Liked these guys alot. Recommend them.
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By: Nhu N.
Law 4 Small Business
Larry was very helpful and professional. He answered all of our questions in details. I don't know how the price compared to other places with the specific product that we got, but generally it looks reasonable. For legal services, I suggest going to an honest and reliable person like this will be worth it more in the long run.
By: Ted H.
Mclarty Law Firm
It is amazing that the Municipal Court system allows such duplicity.In probably the same hour, Written Statements, Probably in the same hour. To opposition, don't worry. We will give you an opportunity advise the court of your position. To Judge, they have already concurred. It begs the question, Judges allow this?
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