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  • 1.Hkm Mortgage Corp

    10001 Denison Ave

    Cleveland,OH

    3.63 mi

  • 2.HKM Direct Market Communications, Inc.

    5501 Cass Ave

    Cleveland,OH

    1.63 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

    HKM Direct Market Communications is a full-service marketing company. The firm, which is based in Cleveland, Ohio, provides creative services, art and production services, electronic prepress, offset

  • 3.Hkm Direct Marketing Communications

    2931 Abbe Rd

    Sheffield Village,OH

    18.88 mi

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11/13/2017
By: Allen T.
Luftman, Heck & Associates
Top notch bankruptcy attorneys. They will go the extra mile to make sure you can get back on your feet and stay there!
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10/30/2017
By: Kiawanna H.
Phyllis Brooks, Attorney at Law
She is my lawyer and she is fighting a custody battle for me. I was very depressed before i found her she is everything i need!
08/15/2017
By: Jarod E.
Margolius Margolius & Associates LPA
The from did a great job.well prepared me for the process.Highly recommend to anyone. Thanks. J .E.
07/19/2017
By: Tiffany N.
Rathbone Group
Paid they amount they requested and it's been almost 4 months and they still have yet to send my release of judgement to the court. They claim they have no idea what happened to the paperwork being sent. Said it was take 45 days processing time and again it's been almost 4 months.
07/09/2017
By: Mark G.
Margolius Margolius & Associates LPA
I file disability May 3rd 2006 I got my paper the next day saying that I was denied I went straight to margolius sign a bunch of papers they took my case immediately it did take three years and eight months before I got my money but it was well worth the wait because I had crucial medical evidence to prove to the judge and to the court that I was disabled I got 3.8 years of back pay thanks for your help thanks for winning my case I highly recommend them
05/19/2017
By: Karyn C.
Rowthorn, David L
David Rowthorn lied to me an misled me. His advice was wrong and very inappropriate, to say the least. He's untrustworthy.
04/13/2017
By: Sergey B.
Mark Attorney Mariotti At Law
Mark Mariotti the worst attorney I could of imagine, the case wasn't hard at all, Communication was ridiculous, had to call 3-4 days in a row in order him to respond back, On scheduled court date he didn't show up and my case went to Default . don,t recommend to anyone, he is unprofessional, poor communication and not coming to court is make me believe he doesn't know what he doing!
01/28/2017
By: Cindy C.
Callahan Michael W Law Office
This attorney is fair, knowledgeable, and persistent. He helped me after an MVA in 07 and recovered a decent settlement.I would recommend him to others. He is very busy, but still follows thru with what he says he is going to do.
11/21/2016
By: Thomas C.
Winters & Masters Lpa Co
the worst! not only did i not get a thin dime but they had the nerve to send me a bill after court,tracked me down from info from my previous deposition cornered me in a parking lot and bullied me to sigh off,not to complain tho i did walk away with a permenate neck and lower back injury,and the satisfaction that the judge ruled that the other driver was at fault,youve been warned!!! these guys are why lawyers have a bad name.
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09/13/2016
By: Laura K.
Prospect Kaman Cusimano
This group is a joke... They lie and their representation for our condo community is a joke... this writeup is the opinion of the writer.I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THEM TO WALK MY DOG LET ALONE REPRESENT ME FOR ANYTHING....
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