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By: Kelly R.
Ladeira, Ernest M
He started out being very helpful and when my case became more complicated than we expected he became impatient and verbally volatile. I do not feel that he had our best interest at heart and instead of indicating that he required more money (as we had agreed at the beginning to a flat fee) he pretty much put our case on the back burner. We have decided to go with an attorney who is proactive, will listen to us, work with us and speak with us in a professional manner instead of shouting over the phone.
By: John D.
Bardsley & Gray Law Office
Attorney Bardsley settled an auto accident case for me for an amount far exceeding my expectations. He never tried to overinflate the value of the case, but I was happily surprised at the outcome. I would recommend this Office to anyone who needs any kind of help!
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By: Alex B.
Attorney Deborah Kohl
I wish I could give 10 STARS!!!There are 4098 licensed attorneys in the State of Rhode Island and Deborah Kohl is probably one of The BEST!! I met Deborah Kohl while interviewing attorneys to take over my Workers Compensation case from a attorney that lets just say " has become extremely unprofessional". I cant wait to write her review...... Deborah's main office is in Fall River, MA, she drove down to Providence, RI in rush hour traffic to meet with me at 4:30 pm. She was completely honest, explained to me in detail where I stood and was just a awesome person!! I have dealt with a bunch of attorneys in my time and let me tell you one thing, if I could rewind my case and start all over I would pick Deborah Kohl in a heart beat! If you are looking for the BEST workers compensation attorney in Ma ( Massachusetts) or RI ( Rhode Island) make sure to call the law offices of Deborah Kohl..... Highly Recommended!!!
By: pjpesq
Law Office of Paul J Pezza
This is a great small firm that gives clients personal attention. I've used their services several times.They have moved to 236 South Main and are now using the name Heritage Law Group.
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