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By: John K.
Michael Shipwash
Mike is a liar I paid him more money then you got me I had three different cases my workers comp I paid for my surgery but he still got my money $50,000 on neck injury and also had blount county sued and they're the ones that got the state after him he took a150k from a older lady I lost my house everything cause I did even get paid on my workers comp I had to get second Morg. On house sold all my all my cars HE IS A GOOD NO LIAR AND HE TOOK ALL MY BELONGINGS NOW I AM DIEING I BLAME ALOT ON HIM AN TENNESSEE AN BLOUNT COUNTY AND WERE I WORKED FOR 20 years no good liar
By: Ash L.
Garza Law Firm PLLC Atty
I was charged with DUI, implied consent, and two traffic violations. My first court date, Marcos was deathly ill but still showed up to reassure me and reschedule. The next court date consisted of a hearing in which Marcos performed brilliantly. I was given a highly unfavorable plea agreement at first and we decided to fight. Just one probable cause hearing was all he needed. My DUI charge was dismissed and highly favorable conditions were negotiated with regard to my implied consent charge. I can still drive unrestricted and the DUI is now out of the picture.I highly recommend Marcos. When you first appear in his office, he's a caring angel to allay your fears. When he's delivering news, he's honest and straightforward. When it's time to fight, he's an absolute beast.
By: Red V.
Suzanne Nicole Price Atty
Was very disrespectful and condescending. She treated me like I did not know anything at all as I was not represented by an attorney. Was very partial to ex. She made unprofessional comments like "no wonder the judge wanted me to mediate this case". The judge didn't choose her to mediate the case. On the agreed order, she tried to tax all the cost to me instead of split equally between the two parties. She didn't even bother to ask me how the expenses were to be paid and just went on the word of ex to have me pay for everything.
By: Heather M.
Stanley F Roden & Associates
The bad attitudes, the lack of professionalism, the inability to stay organized...everything about this place is terrible!
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By: Thermal R.
Luedeka Neely Group PC
Even if you’re an individual with a simple idea you will be treated in the most professional manner. I sincerely appreciate and highly recommend LuedekaNeely.George W. Jenkins
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By: Irene E.
William E. Maddox Jr.
***** Our experience with Mr. Maddox was everything and more that we had hoped for. He handled everything for us in a very professional manor and made us feel very comfortable. Would recommend highly!! Ed Davis
By: Shawna H.
Law Office of Lisa Collins Werner
Excellent attorney!!!! Very aggressive approach, which was needed in my case. Highly recommend her for family law.
By: Minghua Y.
Child, Charles H
Besides expertise and professional, the most important Charles has a justice. He is an attorney who treats people with sincere and heart. His help to me did impact my life. a Great Attorney.
By: Bob G.
Bill Hotz & Assoc PC
This is simply to inform anyone looking for an attorney that on November 28, 2016 in meeting with an attorney at Bill Hotz & Associates experienced the most indifferent and insulative approach I have experienced in over 30 years of interaction with professional individuals in a variety of arenas. In brief, on traveling home for Thanksgiving my wife and I were struck by tractor trailer and the car effectively destroyed. Miraculously we were not severely injured but subsequently are having some problems. The individual I spoke with at this firm not only would not listen to my questions and concerns but kept reiterating the same points time and time again as if he were a recording. Though I had provided a fairly detailed information about what had happened before the meeting he would not pay enough attention to follow a more detailed narrative. Similarly, he refused to provide any insight related to cost incurred while insurance questions are being figured out. To top it all off he used an explicative during our conversation about the events. When I persisted in asking about financial concerns he accused me of being hostile and essentially walked out of the meeting. By that time, I was more than ready to leave. As I was walking out the door he persisted in condescending obviously insincere comments. It is difficult to see circumstances that could justify the use of this firm. My experience clearly indicates they are totally indifferent to the concerns of any potential client.
By: Annabell H.
Garza Law Firm PLLC Atty
From the moment I met Mr. Garza he seemed to be a very genuine and caring fellow. He had a real interest in my problems and worked hard for me to solve them. He was very easy to get a hold of and would answer any questions I had. He fought for me and won.
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