Michael W Davis Attorney in Cincinnati, OH with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Lynn S.
Favret Bruce A
Wolf in sheep's clothing. He preys on the elderly or incapacitated to disenfranchise them from their heirs and seems to favor local foundations and businesses to redirect inheritances and assets to them, thereby achieving personal gain as executor, trustee and in making such changes as the person's lawyer. BEWARE!
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By: Jon H.
Levy Law Offices
I got into a wreck and never thought about getting a lawyer before but I was recommended by a friend to call Eric after talking he said I should focus on my body and healing my injuries and not worry about anything else. After all healing was done Eric was quick, fast and efficient. Eric is simply the best, his personal touch was and client focused approach makes it easy for to recommend him to friends and family.
By: Kimberlee Y.
Levy Law Offices
Eric is awesome! This is my first experience with a auto accident and Eric has been with me from the start. He showed compassion understanding and always answered any and all questions so I completely understood what is going on! You want a go getter?... Hire Eric Gile!!
By: Siegel B.
Levy Law Offices
Eric Gile is an awesome attorney.He guided me through the process, and made me feel more confident about my decisions.Thank you Eric! I will recommend you to everyone.
By: Joseph M.
Levy Law Offices
Eric Willaim Gile, an expert in personal injury who will get you everything you ask for and more. Dedication and determination is his game.
By: Rob M.
Fichter & Seiler
Since Lew and Tawn Fichter have been Moms Lawyer and Guardian it has been a nightmare and continues to get worse. Before they took over mom lived in her home since 1958 I was able to take mom out almost every day shopping to restaurants family outings to now having only certain hours and not being able to take her out of the nursing home they put her in without supervision. They have virtually ignored every suggestion I offered and even put her in a psychiatric ward, Took her from her home and in a nursing home with extra supervision that even the aids hired say is driving her crazy. They pay people with moms money who sit and watch mom fake sleep and mom will be angry for hours. The Devil would be a better choice in my Opinion. To get rid of them and save mothers sanity I am going to have to hire a Lawyer and they will take moms money to fight to stay in charge. Call me if you want any more information or can help me get fight for mom
By: Broderick W.
Levy Law Offices
Attorney Eric Gile is the best, compared to all the rest. He took on my case when no one else would touch it. He also won, BIGTIME! It was a blessing for me to find him, and I would recommend him to everyone I know. If you need a winner in your corner, call Attorney Gile, he'll go that extra mile.
By: John D.
Nora C Hendrickson Law Offices
Very poor performance, charged alot to fill fill out court papers & Didnt say anything during courts hearings while the other lawyer talked non stop. I could have represented myself and had the same results
By: James S.
Dan Norris Atty
Gives even lawyers a bad name. I hired him and should have known he was a poor choice when he accidentally sent me another clients paperwork with all their personal information on it, and things just went downhill from there
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By: Steve K.
DW Norris Co. LPA
If you are looking for a disability Lawyer, you definitely want to steer clear of this guy. I hired him for my case in 2011 and when it finally went to court in 2013 he showed up with no medical records saying the hospital hadn't sent them, so I was naturally declined and I had to write my own appeal, because he refused to return phone calls. Luckily I reapplied and when I went to court in 2016 the judge saw how poorly I was represented and overturned the previous decision and made my case retroactive to 2011.
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