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By: timothy626
Metro Law Offices
This lawyer is an ambulance chaser. I would not give my business to someone who sifts through public records for accident reports and sends solicitations to everyone who has filed a police report in the city.Only unscrupulous attorneys and chiropractors will hound you with unwanted solicitations after you file a police report (there are thousands of lawyers in the state, but only a dozen or so engage in this practice. This is one of them.)
By: Mark J.
Peterson Law Office
Peterson Law Office, LLC and his staff went above and beyond to help me with some legal issues that I needed to have done in a hurry. They were so professional, efficient and yet so welcoming and friendly.
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By: Kia V.
David H. Bailly, LTD.
I had a slip and fall at work and didn't know what was coming. Good thing I was able to reach out to David Bailly. He gave me a heads with what is going to happen and what to expect from work comp. He put me in the hands of the right doctors for my situation. I'm very thankful for the work he's put in to help me through my case and recovery.
By: Jonathan H.
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
I got a call from Kristin, the director of this place. She did a follow-up on services that I had requested over there. Thanks to Kristin, I am now forced to find a different law firm for my services. Kristin was utterly arrogant to me. How did the law firm would choose such a rude person as her to be in a leadership position? She had a nasty tone to her voice, and she said a lot of the rudest things to me. I have never dealt with such a rude person in a law firm in my life. I tried to ask who her supervisor is, but she was uncooperative. After I asked her a third time, she hung up on me. My experience with Kristin shows that she does not care about her clients or the place. I hope that she reads this review and reconsider how she treats her clients. I shall give her that satisfaction and search for a different place for my services.
By: dj-carrie1120
Sandahl & Associates
Thanks for the help in taking care of my concerns for our family
By: nicbarrister
Gegen Law Firm
Nick handled a serious felony case for me and he took it all the way to trial. I couldn't believe the way he handled the cops and the witnesses against me. Five star rating you bet. Hire him friend.
By: seanleaf
Little Law Office
Not impressed! Used to file chapter 7 which did get discharged, however some complications came about afterward & April Little will not return emails, texts, voice mails & never at the office, just disappeared! I referred her business & she took money from the client & would not return phone calls as well. My referral ended up showing up at April's house just to get a response. The gentlemen that referred me to April said that he recently referred someone to April Little & they had to file a formal complaint with the Minnesota State Bar because April Little is not responding to them. I would not recommend this attorney!!
By: rockieh
Milo Law Firm PLLC
When I began having problems with the new manager in my division I figured that my days were numbered. A friend recommended that I contact Neff Law Firm and see what could be done about the situation. I was happy to learn that I did not have to put up with the hostility over my age that my manager was subjecting me to. I hired Neff Law Firm to represent me and was delighted with the outcome. My employer is now making sure that we older workers are treated with respect in the workplace and not treated unfairly because of our age.
By: ash234
Milo Law Firm PLLC
This last year I lost my job because my supervisor kept trying to get a relationahip with me that I did not want. It came to the point where I decided to look for help from a lawyer and chose Neff Law Firm and that turned out to be the right choice. I really like the way my lawyer listened to me and carefully explains how the law works. This law firm on the results and firm that moves quickly to get help. My case was just recently resolved by my lawyer to my satisfaction.
By: gone_fishin
Milo Law Firm PLLC
I called around to a lot of lawyers and met with several. Then I met with lawyers at Neff Law Firm. While other lawyers hadn’t seemed interested in my case, the lawyers at Neff Law Firm listened to me. They didn’t pressure me, but made me feel that I was important and that my case was worth pursuing. I hired them and I won my case. I will go to these guys if I ever need legal help again.
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