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By: Christina U.
Westmoreland Patterson Moseley & Hinson LLP
Very personal.Mr.Potter was very professional.The whole staff was very kind .Local and timely on all issues
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By: Kkjj K.
Atkinson, Nancy A, JD
My son lost his father unexpectedly and I have been trying to get some answers about some things. I called Ms Atkinson for a consultation and she was very unprofessional and showed no concern or tried to be helpful. I don't know if she was having a bad day but you should always show some compassion and professionalism towards clients or potential clients. She continue to say where I can go for free services as if I cant afford her. I was very upset after speaking with her but I did not display it but politely told her she wasnt too nice towards me. wish her well.
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By: Bj C.
Westmoreland Patterson Moseley & Hinson LLP
My experience with Westmoreland Patterson Mosley & Hinson was a positive one from beginning to end. Mr. Kevin Hall, the attorney for my case was always thorough and diligent threw out the entire process. I would highly recommend this law firm for any legal needs you may have.
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By: Dominique T.
Duncan Dennis L PC
I am very pleased with the outcome of my case. Mr. Duncan did a good job for me. I would highly recommend his services.Mrs. W.
By: Pr C.
Lumley, Jerry
I worked with Mr. Lumley as an expert witness for one of his clients and am very impressed with his expertise and professionalism. I would not hesitate to engage his services for myself or my family members.
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By: Ol' man T.
C. Brian Jarrard Law
Stand up guy. Good communication, with emphasis placed on the client. Wiling to play 'hard ball' and goes straight for the juglar.
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By: Self S.
Ann E Parman
I went to Parman after a DUI charge where I felt I was innocent. I met with her for the first time about the whole ordeal and that I wasn't the nicest arrestee during the whole encounter. She then preceded to tell me we had a case and charged 1500$ up front and 3500$. I don't have that kind of money laying around so I took out a loan and paid. I recently entered a guilty plea because she said since the cop didn't appreciate my attitude, what I forewarned her about, he would fully pursue my conviction. She also stated that with the cop being white that I basically had no choice but to plead guilty. My issue with her isn't the plea nor the "white cop", but the fact that she assured me that we had a strong case and I would get a reduction. There were other flaws in her work but this is the most upsetting.
By: James H.
Miller Lester M Attorney At Law
I made an appointment with Lester. Arrived at the appointment. Had no contact with Lester. Secretaries took my paperwork. 3 weeks later I received a letter from law firm stating they would not be representing my case. No explanation, nothing. What a waste of my time.
By: Venus V.
Holly Hogue Law Office
She don't deserve a star, she's unprofessional, and will take your money and disengage herself from your case.
By: Gwendolyn R.
White Sarah E
Sarah Elizabeth White is an excellent attorney. She listens intently and very respectful. Her office staff and personnel are kind, considerate, but most important genuinely concerned with the clientele. She has always kept me informed and enlightened about every aspect of my claim. She speaks to you in plain English and not lawyer speak. Never leaves a client not understanding what is going on. She is an asset to her profession.
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