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By: Travis B.
Rip Biggs Attorney at Law
Hands down the best I've ever encountered when it comes to law. He fought for me and my case when two others would not. Glad I didn't go with them because now I have a clean record and a new friend!
By: Phil R.
Alan Beard Attorney at Law
Well Alan took my case from another and turned it over to his student GOFER David M . I agreed but didn't know at the time that there would be no consulting between the two as to what was to transpire. Well they didn't know a damned thing about Section 38 of the US Code and let the judge run away with everything. So if you are a VETERAN that served our country , you'd be better off to represent your self. Because the judges will break Federal Law to get their damned BIASED and liberal agenda across.
By: James D.
Mayfield & Lester Attys
I have paid off dozens of places i owed in the last year and this place always made me feel like i was a thief who wasnt worth their time. Today i went in with the money i owe them according the the company garnishing me. I was told that i have to pay the last two garnishments on top of what i really owe them because they have no proof. Even though they could have just called the same company i did to confirm what i owed.I also asked to just make a payment on what i was told i owed by the garnishment company plus the $25 for court fees and was told no that i had to pay all or nothing.Every other place i have paid off has worked with me in some way or another but this place is by far the worst. I have had more frustrations from them in the handful of times i have contacted them than i did from every other place i owed put together. This is the last thing i owe getting me fully out of debt. I just want it gone but they dont care.That is the biggest thing with them they dont care. They dont care if you can pay 99.999% of what you owe willing to let the last penny be taken out normally they want every last cent right then or dont even bother.If you are a company and need some debt collected i would rather you hire the mob to collect my money over these people. Avoid them like the plague because i will not use anyone who does business with them ever again.
By: Justin P.
Rip Biggs Attorney at Law
Truly a credit to his profession. When you need a lawyer there are many choices. Finding the one that takes the time to know you, your situation, and the best course of action is a difficult task. As a veteran, I highly endorse Rip as your choice in difficult times. There are no certainties in troubled times, but I am certain you need Rip in your corner.
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By: Yvonne D.
Lanzo, Stan, JD
This is the most unprofessionals i have ever spoken to they want their money but they do not want to do their job, Mr. Lanzo acts like he can not understand what you are trying to say to him. My suggestion stay away from this law firm unless you want to stay in jail.
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By: Kristina P.
Rip Biggs Attorney at Law
Rip will absolutely go above and beyond to defend you. He is the best lawyer for any case and I feel very proud to be standing next to him in the court room, as he is well versed in all areas and will never let you down!
By: Tori B.
Alan Beard Attorney at Law
Great lawyer to have by your side.. He will fight with you to the end. Won my case with him.. I wouldn't have chosen no one else but him.. Go with Alan and you'll be great!
By: Roy F.
Rip Biggs Attorney at Law
Rip went well above and beyond the norm in my case. he was very consistent ...very patient......and diligent in his efforts to get the job done. I had a very extensive driving record to cipher through to be able to get my license back. it took well over a year and Rip was well underpaid and over worked in my opinion. I would recommend him to anyone !! Thanks Rip for all your hard work and determination......
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By: Wayne S.
Law Office of Rebecca Garren Parker
Did Rebecca get me a divorce? Eventually (1+ year later). Did Rebecca answer all my questions? Mostly. Did Rebecca help me have contact with my children during more than a year of legal standstill? Not at all. Did Rebecca willfully take a new retainer she knew wouldn't actually be needed? Unequivocally, YES.So there you go. I may not have received a refund due to being FORCED into LEGALLY just giving this attorney money, but I can leave reviews that attest to what I experienced.You can view my full review on Facebook, Yelp, etc as this site only allows 1000 characters maximum.
By: Tommy C.
Rip Biggs Attorney at Law
Great Attorney & Excellent Service! I'd recommend Rip Biggs to anyone for legal services in the Chattanooga area.
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