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By: Walter C.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
I worked with Ms. Thomas on my case and she was very helpful getting me what I thought was a reasonable offer from the insurance company. I hired an attorney because the first offer they gave me didn't even cover my repair bill for my car.
By: Victoria D.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
My experience with this firm was beyond what I expected. Courtney Ficquette did an amazing job at making sure I was well informed during the process as well as addressing and answering any questions or concerns I had. Courtney really listened to what I had to say and maintained a respectful and professional approach. Thank you Courtney!
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By: Shanay D.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
Looking for a lawyer??? I recommend DAVID BOULOS @ Dan Newlin & Partners. He is reliable, honest, and great at what he do. I would definitely reach out to David again, if needed. Thank You!Shanay D.
By: Charles D.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
I had an accident that was 100% the fault of the other party. I contacted the offices of Dan Newlin to ensure I protected my rights as it was a very serious accident. During my time interacting with the office I worked most closely with Sandra Cook who quickly responded to any questions I had and explained everything to me in detail. I felt very safe and taken care of with the firm especially Sandra who checked in on me weekly to make sure I was doing well. I would recommend this office to anyone requiring representation.
By: Gwendolyn H.
Dan Newlin & Partners
“My attorney Laura Shields took great care of me and helped me get the maximum on my case. She kept me informed and helped me throughout the process. Thank you, Dan Newlin and Laura Shields”
By: Meghan M.
DeWitt Law Firm, P.A.
Moses helped me solve a long term issue with a landlord and eventually was able to even recover funds that were being held. I would recommend Moses and the DeWitt Law Firm team to anyone having issues! They are amazing!
By: Paul M.
Dan Newlin & Partners
From my initial contact through the deposition phase and the closing of my case Mr. Young and his team provided answers to all my questions in a timely manner. He is a true professional and would recommend him for your legal needs.
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By: Stacia B.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
Sandra Cook is taking care of my case. She is amazing. Every time I have a question she is right there to answer me via email. I highly recommend her.
By: Will G.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
Attorney Mark Friesen took care of me. He helped get the insurance to cover the damage to my car and even got me in to see a doctor for the pain in my back and neck that I had from the accident. Mark is a great guy to have on your side when you need help.
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By: Benjamin C.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
Two years ago I was in a serious car accident. Due to this I ended up having surgery on my lower back. Dan Newlin & Partners were there with me the whole way. From my consultation to being deposed and finally winning my case. My lawyer Dutch Anderson along with his experienced colleagues Yanira & Todd were incredible. Through all the red tape and long months of waiting they kept on top of it. These cases take time. There isn't really any way around that fact. However if you make the smart choice from the beginning to go with the pros at Dan Newlin. It will not be time wasted. All the way to the end and victory in my case, Dutch made sure I was fully aware of every aspect of what was happening. When you're down and out, the peace of mind that real professionals are going to bat for you is worth more than I can convey in words. Dutch was direct, knowledgeable and to the point with any questions I had. No bs. That is what you want in an attorney, or should I say this is what you NEED in an attorney. So thank you to all of you at Dan Newlin's Offices that worked with me and for me along the way. Here's to the future. God bless!
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