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  • 1.Utah County Public Defenders Office

    51 S University Ave Ste 117

    Provo,UT

    0.08 miServices

  • 2.Utah County Public Defenders Office

    245 N University Ave

    Provo,UT

    0.22 mi

  • 3.Utah County Public Health Nurse

    151 S University Ave

    Provo,UT

    0.15 mi

  • 4.Utah County Public Works Dept

    11150 S Thistle Slide Rd

    Spanish Fork,UT

    16.69 mi

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10/19/2017
By: Michele S.
Jeff Metler Law
I was in an auto accident and was referred to Jeff Metler by my Chiropractor. I'm happy to report that I am Very satisfied with my experience with Jeff and Team. Steve was so accommodating when we discussed the case, Amy Stocking was helpful in keeping me informed and answering questions each month and following up with status. They negotiated the best possible outcome and for that I thank you so much! Heidi delivered the good news when money was being dispersed and also kept me informed! I highly recommend Jeff Metler and team! Thanks!! Michele Sweeten
02/20/2017
By: Olivia B.
Reneer & Associates
The staff at Reneer and Associates is very knowledgeable and provides thoughtful and well-reasoned advice.
10/31/2016
By: Samantha O.
Reneer & Associates
Reneer & Associates are the best attorneys I have ever worked with. Very friendly and work hard to win your case.
09/29/2016
By: Jerry H.
Reneer & Associates
I am now good friends with people who work at Reneer and they treat me amazing. Helped successfully resolve my issue quickly.
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05/10/2016
By: James S.
Skousen, Neil, JD
If you need a lawyer that will fight any judge this is a man that's not afraid to fight for your civil rights. He knows the law,and will use it to help you.
03/30/2016
By: Tyler M.
Reneer & Associates
They just know what they are doing, all of the associates are very knowledgeable. Great experience working with them.
03/03/2016
By: Megan S.
Reneer & Associates
I was working on a very tight budget, but Reneer and Associates really worked with me to make it work. They didn't treat me any differently than any other client. Great service.
02/08/2016
By: Michael J.
Reneer & Associates
It was a pleasure working with the team at Reneer & Associates. They treated us like friends or family, not just another client. The will definitely be our first call if we ever needed their services again.
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01/12/2016
By: Edgar M.
Dana M Facemyer Law Office
John clancy and sid anrau are extremely unprofessional. Also sharon the secretary never relays the messages. The never apologize. Donot hire them. John never set visitations in 3years. Avoid them
03/07/2015
By: John B.
Lind, Eric S, JD
He claims on his web-site that he did two terms as Kane County Attorney but the truth is that he did one term then resigned after only 11 months of his second. Since he was putatively caught manufacturing evidence and suborning perjury in a number of prosecutions at that time then it seems probable that he was actually forced out of office for corruption and illegal behavior. I can personally attest to one case in which he did this. So beware. I am revisiting this review several years after first posting it to tell you that Eric Lind has worked in at least four places since leaving that office. None of them seem to work out... Hmmm.
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