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By: Dylan A.
Cory A Spreen Attorney At Law
Mr. Cory Spreen, may be a good attorney, although he may not be because I did not hire him this review is about his potential customer practices. His practices with potential customers is retched. I called Mr. Spreen Mid-December about a case I needed assistance on. He took a week to get back with me, upon which I tried to describe my case. He said he needed more information about the case, with which I provided him, in the form of documents. It took him 3 weeks more for him to review these documents and information, upon which after leaving 20+ messages, calling multiple times a week to try and get him to return my calls he finally got a hold of me before a weekend to which I wanted to set up an appointment on either monday or wednesday following, and told me "I've already put a lot of work into this case without payment and I don't think we can continue further" I Replied with "But Mr. Spreen the appointment is to hire you to work on this case" to which he replied "I'm not accepting your case" He Showed no interest through out the two weeks, he dragged out time and wasted precious resources waiting for his response when he should have responded sooner with a "no i will not represent you" or "yes sir i will represent you but it will cost X amount of $"In summary I DO NOT recommend this attorney as he shows no interest in potential customers, his lack of returning phone calls or relaying information. Go somewhere else. Anywhere else. Do not give this man your business
By: Taylor C.
Cory A Spreen Attorney At Law
This Dylan guy has some sort of vendetta I've seen him on several of Cory's reviews. I've experienced Cory's work myself for several years he is honest and reliable he refuses to beat around the bush and knows what he is doing I always refer people to Cory first if it's something I know he dose. He is affordable and reliable and a well known attorney in the state of Indiana.
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By: Jeff K.
Adelsperger & Kleven LLP
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By: Www. yellow A.
Robert E Love, Attorney At Law
Good Great Awesome Finally an attorney who cares about his clients not just their money. 5 out of 5 stars.
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By: Rusty T.
Nordmann Law Offices
feel used very disatisfied and disgusted by this attorney!I paid him $5,000.00 and after I mad a payment his personality completely changed. He made me feel he could care less about me or my case and just wanted my money. He tried to get me to take the 1st plea bargain offered and it was an awful plea bargain. I told him it was a terrible plea bargain and surely we can fight to get something better he then replied you are crazy and rushed off the phone! When we got to court he didn't even know the other guy involved charges had been dropped. I asked him did he even read my statement I wrote for him explaining what happened and he replied Uuhm I think I read it.I fired this attorney and He kept all of my money.I trusted in this guy and gave him all of my hard earned money I had. If I could rate this lawyer negative 10 stars I would because I feel not trying to be critical or mean but that's honestly what he's worth.
By: Linda F.
Foster Law Office
Handled a criminal matter as well as a family law case for me. Was available after hours. This was important to me as often problems came up on the weekends or late at night and it was too important to wait for an 8-5 attorney. Mr. Foster went up and beyond to listen to my concerns and took a personal interest in my case.
By: Joe M.
Rosswurm, Tracey - Rosswurm Law
Always get a call returned within 48 hrs. Very dedicated attorneys and staff. Actually care about helping clients. Highly recommend.
By: Sally R.
The Bellinger Law Office
I recently fired Mr. Bellinger as my attorney. I got tired of phone calls not returned. Him not being available for days and nobody in his odd shared office space not knowing where or when he will be back. As a woman he just kinda gave me the creeps personally. He would seem to look and stare at me inappropriately. I definitely can't say I think he is professional in his appearance and how he acts.
By: Katie W.
Thomas Law Firm PC
Today i got a call for a collection for my father who as been deceased for nearly five years. I tired explaining this to the lady on the phone and she was complete and utterly rude about the whole situation. It was like she didnt believe me or even cared. After a few minutes im in tears trying to explain this to her and she tells okay thanks then hangs up on me. You people disgust me. I know y'alls business is tough. But let the dead rest in piece and dont be rude. I will be calling tomorrow and complaining. Y'all are rude and ignorant people. You disgust me. Leave me deceased father alone.
By: Damyen J.
The Bellinger Law Office
i agree totally with the reviews here. quoted me at $3000 assured me we shouldnt even get close to that. we went to court one time in which he actually said to my ex-wife's attorney "it's your town bev, what do you want?" then proceeded to give her everything she demanded. THEN DEMANDED MORE MONEY FROM ME after 4000 i got 1 supervised hour with my children. he never listened or kept a promise or returned a phone call then put in his motion to withdraw two days before i needed to be in court. SCAM ARTIST (also showed up for court all tattooed up)
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