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10/19/2017
By: Dori B.
Isaacs & Isaacs
Isaacs & Isaacs done a great job handling my case . Jason done a great job at getting me a good settlement and listening to what I had to say. I would greatly recommend Isaacs & Isaacs to anyone who has an auto accident and needs a lawyer on their side.
09/27/2017
By: Robert M.
Rachelle N. Howell, Attorney at Law
Rachel was very professional while also being very empathetic in helping my family with a terrible situation she was always concise with her answers and her explanations of what things we're going to happen. You know life is messy and to expect people to be perfect at every corner is ridiculous but I will say this you will never find a more qualified, caring & motivated individual as Rachelle I cannot recommend her enough.
09/26/2017
By: Dylan B.
Isaacs & Isaacs
thank you for all the work an my settlement, even though it was 4500 an i kept 60% but only got 2400 instead of 2700 i'm still satisfied. Will refer to a friend and use myself if need be. thank you guys
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09/12/2017
By: worker52
Isaacs & Isaacs
Isaacs & Isaacs was very professional and stayed on my case till all issues we solved. I would recommend them to my friends and family in they are ever in need of legal services after a car accident.or other legal matters. I could not be any happier of the services that they provided.Thank you. so much for all that you did to settle my claim as quickly as possible and for working tirelessly to get the maximum for settlement on my behalf.
09/11/2017
By: Timothy R.
Isaacs & Isaacs
They handled my case professionally, went above and beyond to get a good outcome in a timely manner. Would recommend
08/16/2017
By: Erica D.
Blandford Joseph E Jr
Joe is by far the worst lawyer I've ever met! Missed court hearings, wouldn't return phone calls, txt messages, and emails for weeks at a time. He acted like he understood our concerns but once we actually got him into the court room he blew everything off like it was no big deal.. I wasted 3k on him... He even refused to finish the case.. Don't waste a penny on this deadbeat lawyer.
08/08/2017
By: Lynn W.
Isaacs & Isaacs
Very great experience, loved the service I would recommend it to everyone. They were fast, professional and I was very satisfied with them
08/08/2017
By: Sonya S.
Paddock John
He will take your money that is it. $400 in the toilet worthless. No records back no case dealt with. How he got thru law school beyond me. Awful!
07/18/2017
By: Tiffanie H.
Clooney Law Office
I HAVE BEEN "WORKING" WITH THIS OFFICE FOR OVER A YEAR AND HAVE YET TO HAVE ANY RESULTS. MY ADULT CHI/LD AND TEENAGER WHERE INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT /ON 08/11/2016. MY ADULT CHILD SETTLED AND HANDLED EVERYTHING ALONE BY 11/2016. MY UNDERAGE SONS MEDICAL FILE HAS NOT BEEN TOUCHED AND THE DOCTOR STATES NO ONE FROM THIS OFFICE HAS EVEN QUESTIONED HIS CARE OR ASKED IF HE IS DONE. FYI HE COMPLETED HIS THERAPY IN 01/2017. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS OFFICE. I HAVE MADE SEVERAL ATTEMPTS , WITH NO REPLY TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THINGS AND NOW HAVE TO HAVE ANOTHER ATTORNEY REMOVE CLOONEY LAW FROM OUR BUSINESS. PLEASE BE CAREFUL!TIFFANIE H.
07/11/2017
By: Andrew S.
Isaacs & Isaacs
I was not very pleased. I had to constantly ride my attorney and my calls were often not returned. They also dropped my case at one point and after I had a family member track down some information that Isaacs & Isaacs couldn't get they took the case again and after another year I finally received the settlement
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