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04/27/2017
By: Tamara P.
Vallone & Vallone LLP
Very irritable and rude lady answers their phone. If she can't talk to a potential client in a collected and professional way she should not be the one answering incoming calls. Not recommended.
01/16/2017
By: michael.agrocostea
Richardson Legal PLLC
Yes , indeed - top star rating ( ***** ) Ms. Morghan Richardson , Esq . and Paul R , Esq. helped me in an extremely difficult and distressful situation ( where other lawyers simply failed , while charging much larger fees ) ; Ms. Morghan and Paul are professional and expeditious ; yet , generous with their time allocated to my case ; MOST IMPORTANT TO ME - Ms. Morghan and Paul response to my concerns was very sensitive / " human touch " ; thanks , I will highly recommend them to my friends .Michael A.
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01/20/2016
By: Joanne R.
Pyrros & Serres
I agree with Ziv... This outfit ALWAYS switches you to voice mail.. The receptionist are incredibly rude and can never give you a straight answer. The few times that I have had the pleasurable visits, I have heard them answer "Spanish" customer calls and attend to "Latinos"; supposedly in coherent fluent Spanish.I have attempted to contact the Aide plus the Attorneys on more than one occasion and be left waiting. Follow-thru are something to consider. Original documentations I have brought in as well as phone calls get misplaced. No one seems to know where or when. Assistants are switched.. If you are called to the WCB Board for a hearing, somehow the Atty does is not apprised of what had transpired. You are expected to sign off on things and If you question as to why.. GOD FORBID!! THINK TWICE!! You will surely be reminded of who you are and how many clients they represent, if you don't like it, be sure to be belittled, "there is the door" and told to find another attorney. Wishing you the best of luck
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08/28/2015
By: Genny L.
JC Management Services
The only way you can get JCManagement to do their work and get your money working is by calling their favorite number 311. They hate when you call the city on them. Is the only way they stop playing games with tenants.
07/30/2015
By: Mary M.
Argyropoulus & Bender
He is a great lawyer. He truly cares about your issue. I highly recommend him.
07/18/2015
By: Dave D.
JC Management Services
Absolutely the worst Management company!! There is a letter on my door from conedison that states that the electric and gas for the building has not been paid in over 5 months and they are suspending service. I received a letter from a locksmith that fixed one of our doors, that I am now responsible for payment of service after Armin made it clear he would not pay him. THe locksmith resorted to super gluing the front door keyhole so we cant enter the building. Getting anything fixed is like pulling teeth and you have to litlerly be willing to take them to court to make sure the building is safe and up to code. They are also operating as COCO realty LLC. Beware.
03/24/2015
By: Sherri W.
Law Firm F Wayne Crow
I would like to thank Mr. Crowe Law Firm (Bryant) with having the important issue worked on for my case. Mr. Crowes office is making progress, by making sure that the issues are resolved in a timely matter.
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02/19/2015
By: Ziv S.
Pyrros & Serres
I made a mistake choosing this firm to represent me. Bad, bad mistake. Attorneys coming to hearing with no documentations. Whatever you call, email, send to this office is lost forever. Phones are unswered by rude receptionist who just forward you to a voice mail with no responce ever. My advice: stay away from them.
12/04/2014
By: Gina W.
Richardson Legal PLLC
I was very pleased with Richardson Legal. They actually show genuine concern about their clients and not just taking your money. I had gone to a lawyer previously regarding my divorce for legal consultation. It felt cold, they were difficult to reach and seemed as thought they were more concerned about my money rather than me and my family. I had the complete opposite experience at Richardson Legal! I have already recommended them to my friends.
09/20/2014
By: Jenna P.
Ariston Realty
NO no NO! She sold myself and my room mates a Bed bug infested apartment. The amount of MONEY I've wasted throwing things out and trying to get out of this situation has been awful. She's in it for herself. Greedy and doesn't care about her clients well being. DONT USE HER.
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