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By: Jennifer S.
Pentlarge Law Group, LLC
Mr. Jurasek rescued my case from near "statute of limitations" death, which is presumably what the red light runner's insurance adjuster was hoping for with their repeated stalling and delaying tactics. With less than three months remaining on that deadline, Mr. Jurasek speedily got all of my medical bills paid in full. I am forever grateful for his diligent assistance and could not have been made whole without his services. I highly recommend Pentlarge Law Group!
By: Eric C.
T. Burke Wonnell, Attorney at Law
Mr. Wonnell has been my family's attorney for over 10 years- He has always been the go-to man for advice and legal representation. I have also recommended him to other friends of mine and he has represented them as well. I have nothing but positive things to say about Mr. Wonnell! He is honest, upfront, no b.s. kind of attitude.
By: Jen R.
Robert P Crowther Law Offices
Very helpful and thorough. Understanding and compassionate when discussing bankruptcy. Even ensured that my parents estates were protected (if, heaven forbid, they passed away) from my creditors. I highly recommend Robert Crowther as a bankruptcy attorney.
By: S f W.
Cameron K Compton Law Office
Along with being professional and a master of her field, Atty. Compton is sensitive to her clients needs. I have been going through a rough spot with my husband and his family trying their level best to keep my son away from me. Long story short, Atty. Compton not only helped me through my situation but provided results that were a lot more than I ever expected. She was always one step ahead and took care of what I required even without me saying so. She is practical , strong and compassionate - all qualities one requires in a lawyer. I am grateful to her and would recommend her to anyone without a moments hesitation.
By: Kaitlyn G.
Hazelton Law Group
You will always be taken care of when you work with Hazelton Law Group. I would recommend them to my friends.
By: Walter O.
Chancy Croft Law Offices
Don't recommended. Never, to anyone who been involved in job accident ..drop you case any moment. He never fight for you right.he worried more about the money he will make, ivent dropping your case he still getting money he don't disert.he always agree with the insurance lawyer. Whatever insurance lawyer said he is agree.everything you do to proved your are right.never do nothing. And insurance lawyer know right stop any doctor believe. And agree , your body damage is belong from accident. .don't recommended. .
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By: Livingmurdered I.
Kalamarides and Lambert
You should best watch out for that hotshot Andrew Lambert. After he physically threw me out of his office over my concerns of being sent to jail, he made sure that I was imprisoned more than 9 months longer than I was sentenced. I don't know what Joseph Kalamarides was doing in his office that day when I was assaulted, snoozing I guess. He made Andrew a partner. Birds of a feather flock together. Make sure you get your discovery, as for me, I've never seen a word of it.
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By: Bobby R.
Hazelton Law Group
I appreciate the staff's patience with us. They took the time to explain everything so we could fully understand.
By: Lisa F.
Hazelton Law Group
Hazelton Law Group was very good at communicating with us throughout the trial. They were great to work with!
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By: Nathaniel H.
Law Office of Mark Nunn
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