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By: West B.
Sixth Street Rides
I went to Austin with a large group and we needed transportation to dinner. The bus was just tacky enough to be fun and plenty big to accommodate our whole party. I felt pricing was a bit high, but in a town without Uber, what can you expect. Also, the driver, while professional and competent, seemed a bit surly and aloof. Surly, aloof drivers and automatic tips are not the best combo.
By: sandy_crawford
Southwest Human Development Services
Unorganized, rude, manipulative. Della is uneducated and it shows. If you have a question, Liz will have a different answer for you every time. If you remind her that the previous information she gave contradicts info she just gave, she will get an attitude and won't return phone calls.
By: mrs.truan
Great Oaks Disability Advocates
I recently was in need of a social security disability representative to help fight my case with the Social Security Administration. I initially tried to file the claim by myself only to find myself denied and lost in paperwork. A close family friend recommended that I contact Garett Gray with Great Oaks Disability. He was wonderful, attentive, and extremely knowledgeable. He won my case and got me thousands of dollars in back pay. I would highly recommend this firm. His staff was excellent and was always there to answer any question I had. They handled all the paperwork that I received as well as ordered all my medical records. When we went to court I was amazed at how Mr. Gray worked with the judge and the expert witnesses. In fact, the judge told me I was lucky to have such a competent representative. I am sure that I won my case because of him.
By: thomas1
Great Oaks Disability Advocates
The entire staff is very helpful! My case was handled very promptly. We won almost immediately! I enjoyed the upbeat and sincere attitude that they always had, and I would recommend anyone to use Great Oaks Disability Advocates to handle their disability cases.

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