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By: Lance L.
Bankruptcy Law Office Of Lloyd Koehler
did nothing but collected a check staff was hard to reach and never returned phone calls overall did nothing to earn my money except file paperwork I could have filed
By: Anna M.
C Richard Rush Law Offices
Took me for about 2, 500. 00 and did nothing!!! He kept saying he was working on my case after about a year and a half I had to hire another lawyer to do what Rush didn't do and the new lawyer had it completed in 2 months top. This person does not deserve his license.
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By: Pj B.
Bankruptcy Law Office Of Lloyd Koehler
What a fantastic help Koehler Law has been. Filing Bankruptcy was such a hard decision. Our bills piled more and more from my spinal surgeries and MRI'S ect... We contacted Koehler Law, and they started with a small down payment. All of the Parilegals were so professional and kind Lisa, Christine, Allisa and Megan. I don't know what I had done without them and thier guidance. Our Lawyer Bill Harbison was brilliant and trustworthy. I will recommend anyone I know to go to Koehler. I've even told a man in the mall to give Koehler a call.
By: D E.
Stanley E. Robison Jr. Attorney At Law
The one of the paralegal at Mr. Robison's office is very rude when she was asked about charges being claimed on the statement. When I challenged the charges she threatened could be additional charges to the statement claiming they were not a "Nickel and Diming Office" One of the charges for a item being sent which was never received although I have received all other items from the office. She then emailed it to me ,come find out by the attorney by himself stated that document was not even necessary. The problem I experience with this office is not with the attorney himself but with one of his supporting staff members. I do not see a problem asking for an explanation of the charges being billed when they charges just state "Paralegal, #.# @ $###.00"
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By: Tara N.
Stanley E. Robison Jr. Attorney At Law
I contacted Mr. Robison to handle a legal matter and he handled it in a very timely manner. The outcome he accomplished surpassed my expectations and his fee was more than reasonable.
By: Susan N.
Culotta & Culotta
She caused my son to lose his federal writ of habeas corpus and his appeal on his PCR. When asked to do these things she just avoided the question or shrugged her shoulders. She didn't even file for an extension on the Writ. She was hired through a law firm out of CA...never again
By: gjbjones
Attorney General For Indiana
What is this scam to be Attorney General for Indiana and have a Clarksville address?
By: patrick.watts.31
Stanley E. Robison Jr. Attorney At Law
He talks big but does not deliver . After 8 months I was broke, lost my kids to a women with no house or means of consistent living . I should have never lost this case . He is a horrible lawyer. This case should have been a slam funk win . But don't hire this guy ...
By: justiceseek
Stanley E. Robison Jr. Attorney At Law
Don't hire this man! He talks a big game to get your money, but then he does absolutely nothing to help you! Highly unprofessional and rude! Check out his numerous complaints on I'm in the process of filing a claim with the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Board! STAY AWAY FROM THIS CON ARTIST!
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