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09/27/2017
By: Jennifer L.
Fowler Donald
Don't waste your time or money! He did nothing for me regarding a car accident case. When all was said and done he got more than I did. I am still messed up in pain every day and can't work.
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04/21/2017
By: Gene A.
Child & Jackson
Amazing personal injury firm with experienced attorneys and staff that put their clients first. Child & Jackson is an excellent choice if you've been injured in any type of automotive accident.
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12/09/2016
By: Daljit G.
Wilson Law Firm
Great education, pushes the children to reach their full potential! My nephews have learned to keep playing their sports and study hard so they can prepare to go to a competitive high school and do the same.
12/09/2016
By: Gurdip G.
Wilson Law Firm
Highly experienced. Great to work with. Understands and listens, appreciate his help in time where things were difficult.
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09/16/2016
By: Melissa K.
Bowman & Associates
Roger Kosla is amazing. He has been our attorney for a year now and he is very good at relaying all messages. He returns emails and calls promptly and has been very successful in all of our hearings.
04/27/2016
By: Melissa H.
Travis G. Black & Associates
I am so grateful that I found these folks at Travis Black Law! After my accident, I was injured and very unsure as to how to handle all the medical bills that were thrown at me. But Travis and his associated were very accessible to me, thorough, and reassuring. They were on the ball and took care of every detail of the case. Any time I needed to ask a question I only had to call and I could speak to them on the spot. I am very thankful that my case was assigned to Shon, as he was so patient as he explained everything to me when I was confused as to how the process worked. The best thing is that my case just settled today, and I received more than I even expected. I could never have dealt with all of this on my own. These people are first rate and I was in the best of hands. Thank you!
04/12/2016
By: Keri A.
Bowman & Associates
There paralegals are usually fantastic. Unfortunately there is a lot of attorney turn over in this firm.
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10/13/2015
By: Tiffiny W.
Travis G. Black & Associates
These people have been amazing. I have had the pleasure of working with them twice. Although unfortunate circumstances still awesome.
08/27/2015
By: Elena C.
Melchin, Ronald - Ronald Melchin Law Offices
Excellent Attorney Ron has worked for my mother for many years in a complicated estate & trust. Ron is extremely knowledgable and current on what's happening in a complicated world. He has a background in economics. I trust and know that my mom's estate is prepared exactly how she wants it. You may not like what the law does or what your relative does but Mr. Melchin is very, very competent & he will be continuing to do my family's trusts. Thank you.
04/07/2014
By: newmoon72757
Chubb Law Firm
I was referred to Heather Chubb by my friend who is herself an attorney. She came highly recommended by two people so when my best friend had a death in the family we met with Heather for to facilitate the probate and we are very impressed. She made us feel comforatable and was very kind and understanding as she answered our copious questions. Excellent choice and I will be having her create my living trust in the near future.
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