Rothkamm Law Firm in Baton Rouge, LA with Reviews -
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By: Cal C.
Delee Brent K Attorney At Law
This guy doesn't know how to return phone calls!! This pertains to my moms estate. Left many messages with promises of a return phone call.
By: Jane C.
Douglas C Driggers Attorney At Law
Mr. Driggers provided us with excellent representation and advice and worked very efficiently our other attorney, with Trent Grand. I would highly recommend Mr. Driggers to anyone.Jane Chambers
By: Tremaine H.
Morris Bart LLC Attorneys
Highly Impressed with the Morris Bart Law Firm. Attorney Kim Paul went above and beyond with helping me with my case. Very Satisfied with the outcome. I would recommend this Law Firm not only to friends and family but anyone that's looking for a good Attorney. I truly want to Thank The Law Office of Morris Bart and Ms. Kim Paul for all the effort, hard work, kindness, and knowledge you shared during a difficult time. THANKS AGAIN
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By: Daisy T.
Morris Bart LLC Attorneys
So far, my experience has been very informative and polite. I've had all my questions answered in a timely manner. The receptionist and my attorney have been most helpful
By: Juan P.
Jeri Flynn & Associates Aplc
If I could give negative stars I would! Worst experience I've ever had with an attorney! Ms. Flynn was very rude and our paperwork was filled with mistakes because she did not take the time to review it. She lost my original birth certificate and claimed I never gave it to her!! Very unorganized and a terrible excuse for an attorney!!
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By: Barbara L.
Miller, Hampton & Hilgendorf Attorneys at Law
Professional, with great communication and organization! I would recommend them to anyone that has an accident and needs assistance.
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By: Elias G.
Miller, Hampton & Hilgendorf Attorneys at Law
Very professional and quick to get back to you if you have any questions. Thanks again you did a awesome job and would recommend you in a heart beat !!!!!
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By: Dale S.
Miller, Hampton & Hilgendorf Attorneys at Law
This is a great law firm. Great customer service! Very helpful with all the questions. I would definitely recommend them to my family and friends.
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By: Elias A.
Miller, Hampton & Hilgendorf Attorneys at Law
Very happy with their communication they had with me through out my case. If I ever need them again I could count on them. Thanks!
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By: Ryan C.
Miller, Hampton & Hilgendorf Attorneys at Law
Superb service!! Highly recommended. I concur 100% with many of the positive comments the other reviewers provided.
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