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06/01/2017
By: Mark W.
Jeff Klinger, P. A.
If you're looking to spend your hard earned money for no results at all then this is the lawyer for you. Didn't show up to court, never filed any paperwork for the ONE reason we hired him, then when questioned would just pull a disappearing act, impossible to get a hold of. I have evidence of every statement made on here and he is well aware of that. Look elsewhere if you value your time or money. This man now has us in a worse situation now than when we first hired him. Absolute joke. I wish we would have known that before hiring him but now the only thing we can do is warn others before ending up in a hole like the one he has put us in. Stay away!
01/17/2017
By: angelwings2ltd
Douglas J Amidon PA
Seldomly or rarely, return phone calls when messages Have to be left, because there is never anyone there to answer questions about the case. . . . .Very slow doing necessary paperwork associated with the case.... so charging by the hour could really add up. . . . Not very professional and doesn't appear to really know what they are doing in a Probate case. . . . Are these people Really Probate lawyers??
12/30/2016
By: Vernard B.
Law Office of Steve Bartlett, P.A.
Steve was highly recommended to my family by a close friend. I recently was arrested on false allegations of domestic violence in which the state attorney's office picked up. I chose not to accept the plea deal of a yr probation & dom. violence classes as I was innocent. I hired Steve & took the case to trial. Steve worked diligently on my case & was extremely aggressive, reliable, and knowledgeable preparing for my trial and during the trial. He always had a plan B and even a plan C. Not only is Steve a criminal attorney but also a family law attorney and I was so pleased with the outcome of the domestic violence trial (unanimous verdict of Not guilty), that I have hired him as my attorney to gain fair shared custody rights of my son. I highly recommend Steve for any of your criminal or family law needs.
09/12/2015
By: I F.
Rooth Law Firm
My case was difficult, one that could easily be lost due to a technicality. I knew that in order to have any chance of winning, I had to pick the best lawyer, the most qualified Worker's Compensation attorney. I couldn't trust my case to just any lawyer, or one who only does Worker's Compensation on the side or once in a while. I certainly wasn't going to choose my attorney through a TV commercial, I needed to win my case.Finding an expert was surprisingly easy, because there are so few lawyers qualified in this field. In fact, Mr. Joseph Rooth is the only lawyer, in all of Pasco County, that is board certified and less than 2% of Florida lawyers are board certified in Worker's Compensation. I did my homework in picking the right attorney. Lucky for me, he agreed to take me on as his client.Mr. Rooth and his staff were always approachable, they always took the time to answer all my questions and return all my calls. He explained the Deposition and Mediation process to me, so that I felt more comfortable and less nervous. He handled everything and my case was completed quickly.I want to say thank you to Mr. Rooth for representing me, for all his attention and most importantly, for winning justice for me.Ioannis F.
10/21/2014
By: Robert S.
Epstein, Barbara A, JD
Convience - 3, Professionalism - 3, Integrity - 0. Did not disclose conditions she would respresent our family member in transferring guardianship from one state to another. Willing to take payment for consultation, but we did not know we would have to allow someone else to be guardian of our loved ones finances. When we refused to accept those terms, Ms. Epstein dropped our case, but not without taking $295.00 consultation fee.
08/07/2013
By: karjon
Moreland Jay W PA
Bubba, you definitely have not dealt with attorneys in general. Most people love attorney Moreland and his rates are cheaper than most. You obviously had issues with your bankruptcy case which you most likely brought on yourself.Having worked for attorneys in different counties, go visit some in Tampa if you want true arrogance. Attorney Moreland seems to truly care about people and your lies about him seem as though you really don’t know him.
07/11/2013
By: greggruner
The Law Offices of Lucas | Magazine
OH MY GOD WHAT A GREAT LAW FIRM! I never thought I would writing a testimonial for a law firm but here I am. These guys are GREAT! First and foremost I had them do some work for me and they did a great job. That is not the reason I am writing this. It’s the people I referred to them after I was happy with their work. I can’t even begin to tell you how wonderful these people are. What a great job they did for me and my friends. In my 57 years on this earth I have never seen a Law Firm that does the right thing by everyone! These people actually have scruples and they care about people. They are compassionate and it is not the almighty dollar that drives them, it’s not all about the money. Of course the are in business to make a living. They have employees to pay. They have rent and insurance to pay every month. When it comes down to the money and doing the right thing. They will do the right thing every time! No question about it they care about people. You are not just a number with them. I know this is very hard to believe but it is true. If you use them you will see what I’m talking about. All I can say is give them a shot and they will prove it to you also. I would recommend this Law Firm to my mother and have no doubt they will treat her the same as I would. You could not make a better choice when it comes to a Law Office! Believe me they are the best!
09/09/2012
By: mariaj70
Law Office of Steve Bartlett, P.A.
I was referred to Mr Bartlett by a business associate whom had a good experience with his legal council however after making several attempts between the business hours of 9-5 and over a couple days to reach a live person at the number 727-942-1000, I have taken my business to an office that actually employs a live person to answer the phone instead of the use of a voicemail system. There is nothing more frustrating than a business that refuses to answer the phone during regular business hours. I cannot afford to take a gamble with a law firm or attorney I cannot reach.
10/02/2011
By: nprconsumer
Wheeler Claudia Jean Atty
She will take you for every dime she can get, promise you the world and not deliver a thing. Close to $20,000 and one year later I finally took the advice of someone else and went to a different attorney. He had the entire thing settled for less than $4,000 in less than 3 weeks. I really believe that she purposely pushed me toward a trial so she could suck every dime i had out of me. She is vulgar, loud and ALWAYS late. The office environment is unprofessional. She allows one employee to bring her large, untrained dog. The other one often has her children with her. Tell me they were totally focused on my case while charging $300 per hour. Most recently I was informed that she was discussing my case with others, which totally violates the attorney/client privilege.
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