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By: Tom S.
Burch Law Office
Tim represent me in court for a bogus traffic ticket. He spoke to the DA and judge and shortly after the case was dismissed. Great job Tim
By: Drew H.
High Life Smoke Shop
Took about ten hours to get checked out, guy defiantly was on drugs not the semi legal kind either, was nodding out like on herion and ignored my statements and gave smart a$$ comments back, DO NOT RECOMMEND, much better shops with decent customer service like 252 and they can actually answer a question if you have it. I know how to run my business this guy doesn't know much about his. Called and asked some questions about the service I got back "I don't know" and " I'm not sure? After selling me a broken wax pen
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By: Vic R.
The Law Office Of Darnell Parker
I personally agree with the first review. This has been the worst experience I have ever had w/ a lawyer. I'm only 2 days in & I can't continue to have my time wasted. He is not thorough, professional, organized nor attentive. My situation is very time sensitive. I don't just mean in the sense of just wanting it handle swiftly. There could be a potential of parental rights being terminated. Everything is on the line & I desperately need a competent lawyer who knows the law & can get the job done. This guy is not the one for you if you need to have faith that things will get taken care. The date to file time sensitive paperwork was moved from Mon. to Wed. I had to personally file it to make sure it was filed on Tues. cob. In addition, there was paperwork missing. Plus the county clerk gave me a court date 3 1/2 weeks out when he mentioned nothing to me about being given a court date! Each office visit was interupted by several phone calls & him attending to people who stopped by the office. I was there hours each time w/ no receptionist in sight. I can't tell you just how disappointed I am. Plus I prepaid my retainer so that's another headache to deal w/. Move on & don't waste your time and hard earned money. I wouldn't give a star if it wasn't mandatory.
By: Sandy S.
Burch Law Office
BEFORE YOU HIRE TIM BURCH, REPRESENT YOURSELF!! This man is the worst lawyer I have ever hired. My three year old grandson could have done a better job at representing my case. This man is a liar and a complete waste of time. To be continued....
By: cilelu.rosealco
The Law Office of Peggy T. Smith, PLLC.
It is a family oriented and that Ms. Peggy will fight for your right.
By: elattorney
The Leon Law Firm
The firm is located at 704 Cromwell Drive, Suite E, Greenville, NC 27858. The attorney has been practicing in North Carolina since 1999, representing employees and small business owners in disputes regarding termination, wages, harassment, contracts, and other employment matters.
By: angela.r.whitfield
The Law Office Of Darnell Parker
I had an opposite experience. Maybe that was a poor time for you, but I can honestly say he was the most caring attorney that I ever have had! He was efficient, professional, caring, and got the job done! I would HIGHLY recommend this attorney to anyone!
By: rarivera
Lanier Law Group PA
Find a better lawyer. They make promises they don't keep, and if it means they have to do a little work and not be compensated for it then forget about it. Typical ambulance chasers, they just want the most money with the least amount of effort. Their concern is ONLY their bottom line, NOT You or your needs.
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