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11/15/2017
By: Jack S.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
I'm very happy to say , thank you for a GREAT JOB !!! this team did the best. Within an hour I was getting calls from Dan Newlin's office. his associate Melissa B. Lewis was helping me with my settlement I would have never known about. Melissa did an awesome job and kept me informed every step of the way. When I call she returns my Calls that same day. Keeping me updated with important information always on top of it. I highly recommend calling Dan Newlin first.
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11/15/2017
By: Asmide C.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
My paralegal and lawyer are the best they kept us informed ilove them thanks guys best law firm great people they really care about you
11/14/2017
By: Andrew W.
Dan Newlin & Partners
I'm so happy that I decided to go with this firm. Todd Gretton helped me every step of the way. He returned my phone calls in a timely fashion, answered all my questions, and made me feel comfortable. I'd use this firm again in a heartbeat and would recommend this firm, especially Todd, to anyone I know. Andrew Wright
11/14/2017
By: Andrew W.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
I have nothing but amazing things to say about this firm. Todd Gretton helped me and was simply incredible. He returned my phone calls in a timely fashion, answered all my questions without making me feel inferior, and guided me with uncanny professionalism every step of the way. I’d use this firm again in a heartbeat and would especially recommend Todd to all my friends.
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11/14/2017
By: Paige P.
Law Offices of Dan Newlin
Mr Anderson is very knowledgeable and experienced. I am very happy with my experience with him and his staff
11/12/2017
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.
11/10/2017
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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11/03/2017
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.
11/02/2017
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.
11/02/2017
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”
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