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11/14/2017
By: Khosrow M.
Girardi | Keese
I just received a very unprofessional letter from these guys, after reading some of the reviews on the internet, I have to agree that they are only in it for the money and do not care about their clients. Make sure you do your home work before hiring this firm. I agree with Julia C on YELP. Please read the not currently recommended section reviews and you'll get an idea.
11/14/2017
By: Khosrow M.
Girardi | Keese
I just received a very unprofessional letter from these guys, after reading some of the reviews on the internet, I have to agree that they are only in it for the money and do not care about their clients. Make sure you do your home work before hiring this firm. I agree with Julia C on YELP. Please read the not currently recommended section reviews and you'll get an idea.
11/11/2017
By: Michael W.
Schomer Law Group
Exceptional Client ServiceOur experience was very professional. Everything was well explained and thoroughly reviewed. The staff was polite and listened to what we wanted to accomplish.
10/25/2017
By: Rafael B.
Law Offices of Ronzio & Associates
Yo Sofia Bermudez , les doy las gracias al abogado Ronzio y Jenny Herrera por sus eficientes servicios en mi caso de himigracion , gracias por toda la ayuda recibida por su personal y los anos de experiencia , los boy a seguir recomendando con con mis familiars y amiguos en un futuro . gracias de nueva cuenta por todo.
10/03/2017
By: Jax B.
Law Offices of Judith Wood
God used Judy as his Angel to help me. She not only got my Green card for me but she stood by me like a massive pillar of moral and spiritual strength. I can trust her blindly because she has earned my faith!!!!!
09/25/2017
By: Rudo A.
Law Offices of Judith Wood
I met Judith Wood when I was detained in El Centro. She was able to obtain my release, and then she took over my wife’s case. My wife had been denied asylum. Ms. Wood wrote a motion to reopen and the Ninth Circuit granted asylum to my wife. Now my family is safe. My wife has asylum and I and our daughter will be granted asylum as well. We are grateful for the dedication and skill which Ms. Wood applied to our case. Our lives have been changed forever.
09/19/2017
By: Ediva K.
Law Offices of Judith Wood
Without going into details, all I have to say is that Judy and her team are THE BEST !!
09/15/2017
By: Kelsey K.
Law Offices of Judith Wood
I have personally observed Ms. Wood Help Hundreds of People with their lives by winning their Immigration Cases over the years. Her Care and Compassion shine through as she works diligently for individual and family cases, in close to a decade that I've known her.
08/28/2017
By: Jim H.
Mc Cune & Harber
Very dishonest group of attorneys and paralegals who have no respect even for their own clients. They have wasted millions of tax payers money through incompetent representation of public entities. Here is an example:During closing arguments, the School District’s attorney, Stephen Harber of McCune & Harber, LLP, contended that Jin and the driver should also be found at fault for the accident and claimed that the relationship between Jin and his mother, who had finalized his adoption a year before his death, was worth only $1,500,000. Rejecting those arguments, the jury found the School District completely at fault for the collision and awarded Jin’s mother $20,500,000 in past and future non-economic damages.
07/20/2017
By: Jorge M.
Law Offices of Ramiro J. Lluis
Both David and Ramiro resolved my case in three months something that other Attorneys couldn't do. My experience has been transformational. I am very grateful that I came in to this office. God bless Ramiro and David, they care a lot for their clients.
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