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By: Denise M.
The Lemon Law Attorneys - California
This firm really cares about the people they represent from Los Angeles to Michigan they take care of business like professionals. Steve took good care of my situation.
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By: Kristiann W.
The Lemon Law Attorneys - California
They were fantastic from start to finish. They kept their word and did an excellent job working with me. They answer calls promptly, generally on the first ring. No matter who takes your call can help you right away. The only thing they didn't always do was confirm receipt of emails. If you've got a lemon, I'd call them today.
By: Jeremy B.
Law Office of Kevin A. Lipeles
Mr. Lipeles recenty assisted me with an employment dispute and he and his firm were all very professional, helpful, and resolved my issue completely. I highly recommend his services for any legal matter.
By: Sergio Z.
Law Office of Kevin A. Lipeles
Running a small call center in California, I have been working with Kevin Lipeles and his team for over 3 years now. He has represented our company in numerous matters ranging from software copyright infringment/enforcement to stock buyback negotiations to everyday employment law. As an excellent negotiator, he has saved our company many times from making very costly mistakes. Being a business owner and not an attorney, most of the time I just need advice, and can handle the issues myself. Occasionally, full-on representation is required. Regardless of the depth or complexity of any issue at hand, I know that Kevin and his team are only a phone call away. If they are unavailable at the time, I can bet that I will get a callback as soon as they can. I have received email responses when they are out of the office in court, or a callback after hours on my cell if it is an urgent matter. Knowing that Kevin and his team have my back allows me to concentrate on running my business, without having to worry about defending myself against the latest frivolous legal shakedown that might come my way. I would recommend his office to everyone with no reservations about the quality of advice or representation
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