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09/09/2013
By: grindlerealestate
The Law Office of Ryan M Reid
I have worked with this firm on many occasions and have nothing but good things to say about them. The office staff up front is great L and Ryan Reid is always very easy to understand and get in touch with. I have never received service where the attorney has called me back on Saturday and Sunday to make sure my deal was going in the right direction. in the ever changing world of real-estate time is everything and that is why I choose to only work with the best people that will respond back to me and keep me and my clients happy and protected. I would highly recommend this firm to anyone.
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10/21/2015
By: Jose F.
Talley, Jeffery C
Jeff Talley is a competent criminal defense lawyer that can negotiate a plea bargain, prepare your case for trial, and craft the best strategy for your defense. If you're facing a criminal charge, you should hire a criminal defense lawyer to help you understand the nature of the charges filed, any available defenses, plea bargain deals, and what the consequences of a criminal conviction will mean for you and Jeff Talley provided all this resources in my case. Thank you Mr.Talley for saving me from all the convictions. You've been a Blessing to my Family and me!
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10/22/2015
By: Eddie B.
Pope, Jonathan A
I was in a very bad wreck in Atlanta and had to have a lot of medical treatment. The insurance company of the driver who caused the wreck disputed he was at fault. I hired Dustin and he fought really hard for me. I am extremely happy with the result Dustin obtained for me! He is a true professional who doesn't leave a stone unturned. If you are looking for a lawyer who knows what he is doing, will keep you informed, and fight hard for you, I recommend Dustin.
09/21/2012
By: dissatisfied
The Law Office of Ryan M Reid
Nice person but very slow to respond or not at all for hired services. He doesn't return phone calls after a couple messages for progress update. If too busy, he should hire an assistant. I would not recommend this attorney. He isn't worth the trouble of frustration due the unprofessionalism. Again, the initial meeting is convincing but the follow-up receives a poor rating.
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