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03/21/2017
By: Del v H.
Centro Latino De Abogados
No puedo clasificar este servicio ya que No existe una sola * para este Sr, (que se NEGÓ a dar su nombre)con su pésima o nada de EDUCACIÓN hace que la experiencia contactando este LUGAR sea horrorosa. El sujeto en cuestión No saluda, no provee su nombre y de paso cuando le preguntas el nombre te cuelga la llamada sin ningún tipo de reparo. Su nivel educativo es tan POBRE que no sabe diferenciar la B labial de la V lavidental. Les digo, no necesitamos recibir un maltrato de esta índole por el hecho de ser "latinos" o Inmigrantes. No permitamos atropellos de ninguna persona y mucho menos de alguien que no le gusta lo que hace y en cambio deja muy mal parado la RAZA decente de los Latinos que estamos en el área que SI fuimos a la escuela, que Si tenemos educacion de formacion civica y que Si queremos avanzar. El hecho de que algunos pocos latinoamericanos no aprecien la dicha de estar en USA y que al contrario menoscaben nuestro gentilicio, no es motivo para dejarlo pasar sin un Overall rating. Esta es mi apreciacion de mi única, primera y última experiencia de haber llamado a este lugar, ni pensar en referir a ninguna otra persona para cualquier consulta de nuestro interés a este lugar con un sujeto inapropiado por su vulgar comportamiento; ni imaginar como tratara a las personas de menos recursos y de otro nivel más "pobre" pero mas decente que este individuo. No es profesional, no tiene experiencia o habilidad para hablar y proveer información en el teléfono. Zero estrella por patan.
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08/16/2012
By: ordoleiv
Law Offices of Robert Kendall
I CANNOT SAY MORE FOR MR KENDALL. HE HELPED ME WITH MY MOTHER WHEN SHE WAS IN USA. MR KENDALL IS A GREAT LAWYER AND HE TRIES EVERYTHING TO HELP YOU WITH IMMIGRATION CASES. REASONABLE PRICES AND TRUSTWORTHY. :) I RECOMMEND HIM 100%
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