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By: German R.
Shoemaker & Shoemaker
Kelly is best attorney that you can trust on her. Good fighter on workers comp ��������Excellent representation ��������‍♀️vs��������‍⚖️����‍⚖️��������‍⚖️
By: Scott O.
Matthews R. Bark, PA
Mathews Bark handled my case with exceptional skill and poise. As difficult as my case appeared at the outset, Attorney Bark navigated the legal environment using case law knowledge and patience resulting in a fantastic outcome. I would recommend Attorney Mathews Bark to anyone seeking top-shelf legal representation.
By: Winston D.
Kramer Law Firm
They did a great job in my car accident case. I contacted a couple of other firms and felt like a number. I called Kramer b/c I heard him on the radio. I am glad I did. I felt like they really were looking out for me and had my best interests at heart. I would highly recommend. Awesome.
By: Winston D.
Kramer Law Firm
Awesome. They did a great job for our car accident case. I am very happy that I chose to call Kramer. I would highly recommend and I will use them again anytime I have something else happen.
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By: Audrey P.
Lee Gavin D Atty
I have known Gavin for over tens years now, He is a highly respected lawyer in the court room (I even had a Judge stop proceedings to say to me in Open Court, "Do you realize who you have standing to your left, you are very lucky to have such a fine, intelligent, respected lawyer on your side, you could do No Better!" That Judge was 100% right, I have never gone to another attorney unless Gavin has directed me to. You would be lucky, honored and Blessed to have such a high caliber man represent you at his very, very, very reasonable prices. He is worth TRIPLE what he charges.Blessings Gavin,Audrey Pierce
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By: Laurene H.
The Law Office Of Andrew G Storie
Mr. Storie is a professional at all times. He is knowledgeable and extremely proficient. He works very hard for his client and does what is in the best interest of not only his client but the children involved. Divorce is difficult on all parties involved - Mr. Storie makes it as amiable as possible cuts right to the chase saving time and money. He is an excellent lawyer I will and have recommended him to family and friends. I am extremely satisfied.
By: Dawn R.
Kramer Law Firm
I have frequently sought legal advice (Divorce & Foreclosure) from Kramer Law Firm over the past few years. Just recently I contacted the office regarding a legal matter, and Steve Kramer personally took the time to speak with me regarding my options. Steve and his office staff has been quite attentive to my legal matter while keeping me informed throughout the process.When dealing with matters that involve the law, not only do you want a skilled knowledgeable attorney, you want someone you trust, and for me and my family that is attorney Steven Kramer.
By: Ricky T.
Kramer Law Firm
I was attracted to the Kramer law firm because of the 10.0 Avvo rating. I had them handle a divorce case, and after eight months nothing was done until my urging. When pressed to work and money running out, they dropped the case.
By: Jennifer X.
Kramer Law Firm
Poor customer service, way too expensive for the services provided. Lost the paperwork I submitted and asked for it numerous times - luckily I emailed and kept everything I sent. My lawyer left the firm and they never even told me. Do NOT waste your time or money with Kramer law firm - they are not worth it.
By: Adam S.
Jacobs & Goodman
I contacted Jacobs & Goodman about my case and explained everything in great detail to Glenn Klausman, who seemed very professional and caring in the matter initially. They sent an ex-law enforcement attorney or representative to my house to speak with me more about my case who certainly did not do a good job selling their service. He seemed very uncaring and overall not interested in my case - Like he was “only looking for a paycheck” - type of experience. At this point I began to feel like I had made the wrong choice in what lawfirm I contacted. In my specific situation I was ticketed in an auto-accident which I believe was not my fault - after all, the FHP officer was not on the scene when it occurred - and I have two witnesses that corroborate my side of the story (one of which left before the officer arrived to the accident - She still cared enough to approach me after to give me her name and contact information). Either way, I stuck with it and filled out all of the paperwork while this man was in my house even after it seemed to me that I was nothing but a number to him. They came highly recommended from a friend. At this point it had already been maybe a month since my accident – I’m waiting patiently for surgery – and have no vehicle! What else was I going to do? Anyway – a couple of weeks pass and I get a letter in the mail from Jacobs & Goodman saying that they received the full report from FHP and that it did not corroborate my side of the story and that they were no longer interested in representing me!! What! Are you kidding me!? – I told them from the beginning that I felt I was wrongfully ticketed in the accident and even the FHP officer involved told me while she was giving me the ticket “Not to pay it, and to take it to court” because after speaking with the witnesses she felt that “it wasn’t enecessarily my fault and I would most likely beat the ticket.” –Her words (Trooper Honeyghon, Alicia).Now, it’s been nearly 2 months since my accident. I have no car, no means to get anywhere that I need to… I have no health insurance. I’m still waiting to get surgery (Broken Femur). My auto insurance provider (Infinity Insurance) will not return any of my calls (I’ve called more than 10 times, left multiple messages) – And to top it off now I do not have an attorney!! WORST Experience ever!In summary, I do not recommend Jacobs & Goodman at all period! The last thing I needed in this situation was something else to complicate things – Like having an attorney one day (who seemed to be on my side) and the next day – not. It’s just ridiculous! I have pictures that corroborate my side of the story with tread marks from the accident that show I was not in the other vehicles lane - I have an FHP officer who told me to take it to court because she “didn’t think it was my fault , but had to give me the ticket because she was not there.” (And witnesses that heard her tell me this) ..And also two witnesses from the accident on my side as well.Loosing hope fast!
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