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By: Bethanie W.
Steven E. Sufrin, Attorney at Law
Had me pay him 5k to tell me a month later I did not need a an attorney I think he meant to say sorry I am a lame excuse for a attorney. Steven is a liar don't let him steal from you like he did me I was scared and being abused by my ex husband and previous bad attorney...I fell for it please don't make the same mistake...I read his good reviews and thought wow he must be great I was fooled by him so I am warning anyone who can avoid him should I tell the world.. He is a dirt bag. So disappointed thought atty had to have ethics he is the scum of the industry you will want to avoid.
By: Mark M.
Nielsen, Eric
After finding our dream house without a realtor, I thought it would be a good idea to hire a realtor on our side to guide us through the process, and to make sure we were not missing any important steps, especially with inspections, as the house was over 40 years old and was the largest purchase of our lives. When the whole process started, it became clear early on that Eric had no intention of providing any of the services that he was hired to perform. Instead he chose to take the low road, evidenced by the fact that he never stepped foot on the property, despite being invited to participate and provide guidance. This is a major rip-off considering the fact that the deal was given to him. It is a service contract where he received full payment, yet provided service of little or no value. The two words that come to mind to describe his business practices are lazy and dishonest. Anyone that would want to business with this guy should have their head examined! Since zero was not one of the rating options, I had to pick one on a five scale, which is an overrating to say the least.
By: Annalis M.
Michael Walz - Attorney at Law
Michael Walz took control of what I felt was a hopeless situation and won my case. Approximately a year ago a package was sent to me containing several exotic strains of herb. The person who sent it to me did not package it correctly, so its contents was easily detected. As a result, I was visited by the police, who informed me that they could search my house by probable cause. The two officers seized about two pounds, several hundred dollars which they claimed was drug money, a scale, my date book, and various other items they claimed were drug related. I know that I could be looking at jail time if my case wasn't taken care of correctly. so I borrowed money from my mom to hire a defense lawyer. I went to a firm whose ads are prominently shown on late night TV, and claimed to specialize in criminal law. Several weeks after hiring this firm, I felt nearly abandoned. Phone calls weren't returned, court dates forgotten. I got the distinct feeling that my case and I were very unimportant to my attorney. And to top it all off, I was being charged nearly $10,000. Because I felt dissatisfied, I went to see Michael Walz, an attorney I read about in a local paper. I couldn't believe how different he was from my first attorney. He listened to me, answered all my questions, and above all he gave me hope. He insisted that my case was not a lost cause; in fact, he said it was winnable. He made me and my case a priority! He told me that police officers entered my house illegally and that due to that the charges were dismissed. All I had to do was testify in court for about 10 minutes. I told the truth on the stand and the case was dismissed. Michael Walz took control of what I felt was a hopeless situation and won my case.
By: Cheva L.
Michael Walz - Attorney at Law
Find a lawyer and demand your rights. This is just a note to thank you for the work you did for us. I tried attorney after attorney to find someone who would defend me, and as you know, there is not one in a thousand who would do this as you did. Every other attorney said that because I basically waived my rights by signing the right to search document and then waived my right to the urine analysis, that I should just give up and spend the time and pay the fine and take my punishment and get on with my life. You did not take those things as all that detrimental. You perceived them as an interesting a case and a challenge. A note to those who might read this on the net! NEVER SAY ANYTHING, SIGN ANYTHING, ADMIT TO ANYTHING, EVEN IN JEST. Find a lawyer and demand your rights.
By: Sayer H.
Michael Walz - Attorney at Law
I slept well that night. I was at my job when I received a call from the police that my residence had been broken into. The perpetrator had been caught and they needed me at home as soon as possible. When I arrived at my house I was met by four policemen who promptly read me my Miranda rights. It seems a burglar had found a small amount of some green leafy substance in my abode, and this was much more interesting to the officers than a mere burglar. As a result the burglar was turned loose and I became the criminal. I naively believed that law enforcement officers were honest and I let them trick me into incriminating myself and even supplying with evidence. A friend insisted that I meet with Michael Walz who believes that privacy is one's right and one should not be treated as a criminal for exercising that right. Within a few minutes talking to Mr. Walz I was completely put at ease and filled with hope, for his manner was calming and confidence-inspiring. He skillfully pointed out the inequities and falsehoods in the prosecutor's letters and the police reports without ever mentioning the dumb mistakes I had made, further convincing me that my interests were on his agenda. I slept well that night. Because of Michael my case never made it to trial. Instead of paying money to the government to be treated as a criminal, I paid an attorney who treated me as an American citizen wronged by an out-of-control policy. Everyone who resists this policy knows to be careful, but as in my case accident happen. So it is imperative to know that there is an attorney who can minimize the effects of such 'accidents'. Such a man is Michael Walz and I recommend him to any and all without reservation.
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By: Mike G.
Law Tigers
The law tigers were great to me.Jaclyn worked with me the whole time ,keep me posted and work hard for my case. I can't ask for any more than they gave to me, I an very happy with the out come of it. thank you very much mike g.
By: Angelica R.
Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C.
You will always get the run around when it comes to who will be your lawyer. We were told suzuki was going to be my family members lawyer which would make sense with the amount of money that was paid. Then we were promised Matthew Bart's who seems to handle most of suzukis cases since suzuki himself doesnt lift a finger. Instead we got Daniel Akers who is a terrible criminal defense "attorney" he sounds unconfident when he speaks because he is. He lacks the skills of a criminal defense attorney so I frankly don't understand why he is there and why suzuki is assigning him cases that he clearly can't handle. Daniel Akers is definitely not worth $500 an hour. He is incompetent did not communicate clearly or effectively with his client nor his family. He did the bare minimum. And he knows it. Suzuki knows it too but he won't admit it. 90% of the staff at this firm is highly unprofessional and rude. We've been hung up on numerous times. Your taking a risk with your freedom and your money if you choose this firm. They poorly represented my family. And stole from them. there's a lot of clients who have been very unsatisfied with your office. I wish we had read those reviews because it is the exact same experience we had. You took advantage of us in a bad situation and you stole hard earned money that could have been put towards an honest and effective lawyer.
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By: bcorrea7
Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C.
The Suzuki law firm is one of the wort most unprofessional firms I have ever worked with in my life. Richard Suzuki is a liar he has no idea what is going on with any ones case because he personally doesn't do a thing. He relies on his incompetent staff. His assistant Ana is one of the rudest, ignorant, and unprofessional woman I have ever come across I have no idea how she still has a job. Daniel Akers is the worst attorney he did nothing for my husbands case. Over the course of 3 months he claims he did 33 hours of billable "work". Hmm that's maybe a half an hour a day working on my husbands case and I'm supposed to be satisfied with that? They sent some emails made a couple of calls submitted one motion and then took themselves off the case without notifying the client or his family. We showed up at court and we're told by the judge that Suzuki has taken themselves off the case two weeks prior to the court date and that my husband had a court appointed attorney. I was absolutely shocked that a firm with such a good reputation would do such a thing without having the decency to tell their clients who paid them $15,000! We did everything we could to get that money together my husband had so much faith in this man. Suzuki even promised to refund some of the money that was paid if he wasn't able to do anything for him. Well we have been calling and we have been getting hung up on now. Suzuki says so many things makes so many promises and in the end he will forget them all. He is a horrible person and a sorry excuse for an attorney.
By: Kelsey B.
Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C.
This law office is very unorganized. My fiancé was told he would have a specific lawyer, and when it was time for the first court date, a different lawyer showed up. He worked with 4 different lawyers from this office, having to tell his story again to each one of them.Each time we met with a lawyer, our confidence grew less and less. We were told that Suzuki Law is one of the best and will fight for us, but that was not the case. We know people who have gotten the same charges and received lesser terms than what my fiancé received.We gave this office a chance, hoping it would help our future but all Suzuki Law has done is take our money.
By: Susan G.
Roger Geddes Law Offices
I had the good fortune to meet Mr. Geddes well over 20 years ago. Since that time, he has addressed various legal matters on my behalf. The results have always been superb. Quite honestly, beyond my expectation. I have since referred family, friends and my own clients to him. Without exception, everyone has been thrilled with the final outcome. His education and community activism are impressive to say the least. However, it was his consummate professionalism, true concern about the issue at hand and always striving to get the best result in each situation that led me to leave this testimonial. I'm friendly with various attorneys, but hands down, he is my go to source when it comes to representation. Don't even hesitate contacting his office. You won't be sorry.
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