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By: Maxine M.
BCG Attorney Search
My friend, who had just secured a job referred BCG Attorney Search to me. The time I spent on the site was good as I learned something new every day and ended up getting a job that I like.
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By: N D.
Theadore R-Attorney Andrews At Law
Mr. Andrews is always available to answer questions or concerns regarding his clients. He offers good advice that if followed will not steer you wrong. His prices are also affordable for the services offered. He has been my lawyer for 30 years.
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By: Anders E.
Bergman Law Firm
Not a good experience. Should have gone elsewhere. Very disappointing. Always google any business before contacting them. Learn from my mistake. I lost a lot of money in the process too. I would recommend a background check too. She also published fabricated lies on the internet about me too. A lawyer not to be recommended by me.
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By: Latasha M.
Law Office of Eric Garza
Not the attorney to use if you are facing jail or prison time. Not that experience and no defense or planning at all. Cheap is the only good thing. But you get what you pay for. I do not recommend at all.Don't pay in full either
By: Regina L.
BCG Attorney Search
Just when I started to doubt my career choice and whether being an attorney was a good option, I came across BCG Attorney Search. Brilliant setup and an even better recruiter in Nadeen!
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By: Ruben C.
D Miller & Associates
D Miller and associates were very helpful with my personal injury case. They seemed to genuinely care and were very helpful I would definitely recommend them.
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By: Billy D.
Robins & Cloud LLP
My Father Passed away from Mesothelioma in 1999,Hired this Law firm in mid 1999 and here it is Late 2017 and still ongoing.Took over 6 years to even get 1 settlement offer and its Pennies on the Dollar and This Firm has even had the audacity to even tell me "Take it or Leave it". Once hired,You will never speak to the Lawyer again and you will be referred to the Paralegal and they will never answer and it only goes to Voicemail and you will never get a return call back.They will tell you exactly what you want to hear until hired, Then they will only work for themselves and not for you.This Firm is to be avoided by all means,too late for me but hopefully it can save someone else the time & heartache.
By: Allyn K.
Bergquist Law Firm
Bergquist Law Firm is a firm of many talents. I retained Mr. Bergquist for a car accident I had and was very well compensated. I was very pleased with my settlement, Mr. Bergquist has a very good team and know that it is literally ALL hands on deck as they all work together. I have referred several people for different issues, contracts, lawsuits, business related problems, and just questions in general...he always seems to come through.
By: Dali B.
Bergquist Law Firm
Some one is always available to speak with you. Very inviting office, professional and experienced attorneys.
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By: Lisa P.
Andrews Golub Atty
Mr G walked into the room with his credit card processor in his hand, very tacky. After making sure we signed the forms acknowledging his very high fee per hour to hear what we would like his help with, he started going on and on about what a judge would say in court. I repeatedly told him, we had no interest in going to court, we were simply looking for mediation. Realizing this may not be worth his time, he advised to do nothing. When he saw that I was ready to leave after this and he had only talked for 30 mins of the 90 he charged us for, he asked us to wait while he went to his office to google some things. Still not giving us any advice of value we left. I went home and did some googling myself and within 10 mins knew more than I had learned from him. Save your money!
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