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By: miss_reader2006
Stewart Law Firm
I was referred to Lisa by another attorney, so I was remiss in doing my normal research before calling her office. To say that I was disappointed in the lack of follow-through, preparation and skill of our case is a sore understatement. During the initial meeting with Lisa, she advised that she would pull a copy of the paperwork later that morning when she went to the courthouse. 4 days later, in the courtroom. AFTER the case had started, I found out that Lisa had not even read the case notes, knew nothing about what she was going to say to the judge and was bordering on the edge of incompetence in our case. I will never recommend or use her services again. Lesson learned on due diligence when so much is at stake.
By: Brenda W.
Cherita Ellison Atty At Law
Attorney Ellison handled a legal name change for me. She is punctual, effective, and personable. I was extremely pleased with her service!
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By: Teresa K.
Causey Jr, William
Mr. Causey is an awesome attorney. My son had a speeding ticket which normally would have resulted in the loss of his license. Before court - Mr. Causey instructed him to take a safety driving course. This must have been exactly what was needed because he was able to keep his license. The fees Mr. Causey charges are reasonable- more so when compared with what the insurance company would have ended up costing my son!!If you are in need of an attorney that WILL WORK FOR YOU then Mr. Causey is the one you need to retain. There really are not enough words to describe how conscientious and what a professional attorney that he is.
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By: Patrick H.
Wright Carl R
VERY VERY BAD GUY...but hey don't take my word, google his name and NC State Bar just to see how bad!
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By: Jordan P.
The Carey Law Firm
Very professional. Great practice.
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By: miss_reader2006
Law Offices of Aleta B. Kiser, P.C.
While not a proud subject to talk about, Bankruptcy happens. If you need a great attorney that understands and doesn't judge Aleta Kiser.
By: renee2007
Cecil & Cecil PA
This is a professional law firm. The attorneys are great to work with.
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By: spitzerone
Robert A Broadie Atty At Law
My daughter used Mr. Broadie for a drug charge. I can tell you this. Once Mr. Broadie and his partner get the money, it is very, very hard to talk to them. They ignore phone calls and do not communicate with their client. Mr. Broadie did do an acceptable job, in the court room, but has been loathe to talk to my daughter or me since the trial (which was a plea). We gave this man a LOT of money for a little work. I would not recommend this attorney unless you have a lot of money to give away and like to be ignored.
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