Best 30 Kaiser Attorney At Law in Pine Bluff, AR with Reviews - YP.com
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07/09/2015
By: T J.
Baim Law Firm
I had a horrible experience. My integrity was insulted and the ahole actually wanted a referral. Good luck dealin with 'em. Rt.Rev.Dr. THJONES
06/03/2015
By: A B.
Yarbrough Jessica S
I would not recommend Jessica Yarbrough to anyone seeking legal representation. She has poor communication and is simply non responsive. She represent me for handle an auto accident claim . She never returns phone calls .I went a total of 4 months without a single update on my case and when She finally responds She gives excuse after excuse , Just I wast a lot of my time .DO NOT EVER USE THIS LAWYER!!!
01/29/2015
By: Gwen G.
Baim Law Firm
Just a quick note to thank you for your time and help in getting my disability problem fixed. Having a trustworthy lawyer in my corner made everything much easier. God bless you,Gwen G.
11/27/2012
By: kristi_ark
Juneau D Wayne Atty
Do not hire this attorney. He is more concerned with making money than helping people. Required $5,000 up front and expected me to do all of his work. He is not an aggressive attorney. I was extremely disappointed with his service!
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