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11/13/2017
By: E F.
Law Office of Steven K. Deig
Why was I not informed that I would be defending myself on the sports, medical, and collage?(When asked about the recites you received. I was told you had just received a pail of recites.) (Mother’s credit of $3,714.00) You have informed me that I can’t get this information since it has been judged on.$250.00 an hour? I trusted you to do the right thing. (The mother was ordered to pay you $1500.00.) What service had you performed that the mother had to pay you for? She was not in contempt.
10/22/2017
By: George M.
Eric J Yocum
The good folks at Yocum Law saw my case through to its successful approval.They fought for me every step of the way.Thank you to all of the lawyers & staff of this excellent law firm.
10/08/2017
By: Sheila D.
Eric J Yocum
Wow! My experience with Yocum Law Office was awesome! I was referred by my roommate’s mother. Every contact I had with them throughout the process was comfortable. Comfort with people doesn’t come easy with me because of my disability. They gave me a feeling of confidence and security about my case, the process and the hearing. Quite literally, everything they prepared me for, happened. There were NO surprises. I was treated with warm professionalism whereas other services left me cold. My best advise...enlist a Lawyer from from the start. Sit down with someone from Yocum Law. You will be glad you did!
09/19/2017
By: David H.
Eric J Yocum
I would encourage anyone to retain the Yocum Law firm prior to filing for SS Disability .Don't let all the things you've heard about getting SS Disability discourage you.I did and couldn't believe how fast it came thru in my favor! I found Mr.Yocum's staff very competent,helping me thru the process. Sincerely, David from Boonville
08/11/2017
By: Amy O.
Law Office of Steven K. Deig
Having the opportunity to work with Steven Dieg's law firm was the best choice I made for legal assistance. I was treated with the utmost respect by Steve and his entire staff on every interaction we had together. I was continually informed and updated as our case progressed to Court Hearings. All phone calls/emails were addressed with a quick response by his firm. This is extremely important when you are working with an attorney. I would highly recommend the law firm of Steven Dieg.
08/10/2017
By: Susan B.
Eric J Yocum
Yocum Law Office greatly helped me. I had heard so many horrible stories about applying for SSI. The Yocum office put my mind at ease. Not only did they help me obtain SSI but have an insurance agency in the same office. I have to give a big thank you to Amanda Fowler for always being there to assist in my confusion.
08/09/2017
By: Alan V.
Eric J Yocum
Filing for disability is a long drawn out process. The Yocum firm came to my aid & helped get my claim settled. Thank you so much.
02/10/2017
By: John j. S.
Jon Goldman Attorney
Reprehensible. For a price he will say almost anything. For a bigger price he will keep silent. Well-connected. Beady-eyed.
02/08/2017
By: Autumn H.
Wiesneth Law Office
Thank you Wiesneth Law for all your legal advice!
02/08/2017
By: Tiffany N.
The Law Office of Brian K. Smith
one heck of a man, human being, friend and attorney
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