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By: Mark S.
Corrigan Welbourn and Stokke, APLC
From the minute we walked into the courtroom, everyone knew and like him. "Ed fought for me." We went to court a many times and each time he knew what D.A. would have given me an unfair and ridiculous sentence. ED would not let that happen, instead he knew exactly what D.A we need to see and he would not stop until we got the right one. Each time we went to court Ed worked diligently to get me the best deal possible. After about three months of going to court we were finally were able to reach a fair compromise. On a more personnel note, going to court was a huge ordeal, and at times, I wasn't sure what was going to happen. With Ed Welbourn at my side I knew I would have the best possible chance. I highly recommend Ed to anyone!
By: Nancy M.
The Ledger Law Firm
Being in an accident was not something that I was wishing for. But, I never realized that something good would still turn out even in the most devastating events. The attorney I worked with was professional and at the same time was like a family to us. He was doing well in defending and representing me at the court. He understood that I was still coping with the injury I have incurred and at the same time with the settlement claim. Thank you for allowing my case to win.
By: Dorothy H.
The Ledger Law Firm
Meeting an accident for the first time was the most devastating event that happened in my life. I thought I would never recover physically (from the injuries I got), emotionally, and most of all financially. I was worried if I could ever survive from this tragedy. I am glad, you were the first person I approached and asked for help. Not only I did understand these legal terms, I was learning. Thank you for helping me out through the process of recovery.
By: Fair I.
Macdowell & Associates
I was up against the wall, Garnishment to take place in days. I purchased a vehicle for family member back in 2006 and was repossessed. the judgement was granted and I just thought it would go away. Looking at Bankruptcy due to the garnishment. I gave them a call, and I was treated fairly and professionally. Mr Rinaldi creating a plan that was fair and avoiding me filing BK and living up to my debt and MISTAKE.
By: Lorna S.
Corrigan Welbourn and Stokke, APLC
Were to start! Ed is amazing! I had a lot of negatives against me and was nervous! Ed made everything less nerve wrecking and Assured me we will not give up until we get a good deal or what I want! He is surely a man of his word I would highly recommend ed for anyone! He is awesome and straight to the point ! Thank you again ed! Again thank you for everything!
By: Arace C.
Corrigan Welbourn and Stokke, APLC
Ed did not over promise results and performed far beyond our expectations. It is always nerve-wracking to appear in court but knowing we had the best of the best representation eased our minds and we could tell that they truly cared. I couldn't ask for more. It was a complicated case and they left no stone unturned.
By: John N.
Corrigan Welbourn and Stokke, APLC
Mr. Welbourn is an excellent attorney and is highly recommended. Mr. Welbourn is extremely knowledgable about law and the justice system. He his highly respected and regarded in the court room. In addition to is knowledge and ability to defend he truly cares about his clients and their well being.
By: Mike G.
Ledger & Assocites, Personal Injury Lawyers
After a motorcycle accident near Orange County California, my husband and I knew we would need an attorney but we live in Ohio. We found Ledger Law thanks to reviews and called. We couldn't be happier with the services and advice they have provided. Thanks to all of you.
By: mklee123
Law Office of Eugene V. Zech
Gene is a godo attorney who tells it to you like it is. It was clear to me what to expect, and he didn't promise more than he could deliver. I always knew the status of my case, and he and his paralegal were always available for me to discuss any concerns with.-Monica Lee
By: Gilbert M.
Corrigan Welbourn and Stokke, APLC
Ed is the man, plain and simple!! I had two cases go to court for two separate issues, and dismissals both time. He is competent, thorough, and will make you feel at ease about any pending legal issues. I have, and will continue to refer everyone I know to
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