Best 30 Paul Grossman Attorney At Law in Fresno, CA with Reviews - YP.com
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11/02/2017
By: Maria G.
Berlin Alex Law Offices Of
Excellent Service. Very responsive to questions. Got a fear solution on my case. I'll recommend him with out doubt.
10/17/2017
By: Art T.
Stammer, McKnight, Barnum & Bailey
Didn't even get through past receptionist just to create a dialog?? like really??? Stated I will just call back and I quote "Yeah we don't want that just leave a message and will call back if we want" Don't even pick up that phone to call its a waste of time
10/06/2017
By: Ben S.
Law Office of Sam Salhab
Sam Salhab cares about his clients. He dedicates himself to learning about your condition and your situation so he can offer you the best representation. I trust Sam as my attorney and so should you, he has won many awards and has served the people of Fresno California with excellence. Don’t hesitate to call you will know right away that your in good hands.
10/05/2017
By: Johny B.
Law Office of Sam Salhab
The attorney and staff kept me in the loop at all times. I felt very comfortable with my decision to hire them after my car accident and they help me get all of the money I deserved.
07/07/2017
By: Marika L.
McKneely Law Firm
Great experience. Would call again. Mike was super helpful and I appreciated everything he did for me.
06/15/2017
By: Stephanie G.
Goldberg Law Firm
Jessica C. Was A Great Help And Always Answered My Questions And Always Kept Me Updated With My Car Accident Case. I Highly Recommend This Law Firm.
05/30/2017
By: Nate F.
Folland Law Group
I was scared off by all the complaints and fruad allegations. Seriously, google this guy, he has a long list of issues.
05/25/2017
By: Enedina D.
Law Office of Nicco Capozzi
I can go on forever there insite on the legal system and court procedures is amazing Nicco has been great !help he always returnes calls puts u in the loop of things dont be afraid to ask as many questions as u need to he's patient and cares about ur worries.
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05/18/2017
By: Veronica E.
Divorce Center
If I can give her 0 stars I would. She's really unprofessional. Becareful with her all she cares about is her money and after she gets it she delays on processing your paperwork. She told us to pay her before we go to court because if the paperwork was not in the case would be dismissed and we would have to start all over so we did she never put the paperwork in we went to court and the judge said since her paperwork wasn't turned in before the court it wasn't valid. So we went to try to atleast reason with her and get partial of what we payed for mind you we payed over $1000 she screamed at us and said she wasn't going to give us anything(really unproffesional). So just trying to save you the trouble of going with her and possibly not getting your moneys worth.
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05/17/2017
By: Michael B.
Law Offices of Darryl B. Freedman Inc.
Excellent staff. They helped me settle my case in a professional time and manner. Recently had credit problems couple years later regarding my case. I contacted their office and they sent me the paperwork I needed and got it cleared. You guys are great highly recommend them. Thanks again Michael
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