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11/01/2017
By: David C.
Crawford, David E, JD
Gave me expert advice using language I could understand. The price was more than I wanted to spend, but I really got what I paid for. He has real engineering experience and has been a patent lawyer for more than 20 years. He was able to obtain what seems to be a very good patent. Thank you, David!
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11/01/2017
By: Flow J.
Rosenblum Schwartz & Fry
Scott is a great lawyer, who takes pride and integrity in what he does. No matter if it’s a publicly publicize case or a small case and or law matter he will definitely represent you to the fullest of his abilities and beyond. To sum it all up he can make the impossible possible! There’s no such thing and can’t do when working with Scott and his law firm. I would recommend.
10/12/2017
By: don.rubin.35
Martin Paul
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08/24/2017
By: Brody R.
Wyatt Wright Injury Lawyers
I was hesitant at first but mr. Wright ended up being amzing. He and his team helped me through each step and made sure I got the most for my settlement. Highly recommended.
08/11/2017
By: Catherine W.
Baker, Alan J
Mr Baker is professional, courteous, understanding and, most of all, kind. I have worked with him for many years as a court employee and he has never been anything but the best. If you are a landlord and need expert advice and attention to your problem renters, Allen is your go-to guy!
06/10/2017
By: Julie H.
Steven Dyer Attorney At Law
Had an appointment today at 1 pm he never showed never returned my calls or text messages very unprofessional..an attorney is some one you should be able to count on.wouldnt this one
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06/04/2017
By: Mark B.
Ameduri Richard A Atty
Fighting for men's rights! Thanks Ricky! I wasn't aware I needed to be outraged about a woman's only event hundreds of miles away til you opened my eyes to the truth.
03/29/2017
By: Donna O.
Karfeld, Edward J
I was having a lot of financial difficulties and Mr. Karfeld was recommended to me and even after the first conversation he made me feel at ease about the situation. He explained to me everything in detail from our first phone call to the conclusion of my case. I am a person that worries a lot and hr was always reassuring but professional. I highly recommend Ed Karfeld.
03/03/2017
By: John S.
Steven Dyer Attorney At Law
He repeatedly failed to appear in court without even calling me or the court. Never follows through or gets anything done. Had to hire another attorney.
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02/10/2017
By: Ginny R.
Margot H. Beasley
Going through a divorce is very difficult especially after many years of marriage and I truly could not have done it without Margot. I was very broken after I discovered my husband had betrayed me by cheating and I prayed for a good attorney to represent me and he (God, in my opinion), sent me to an exceptional one, (Margot Beasley). I found her to be more than qualified to duel in the court of law with passion and confidence and yet down to earth and a real person. Margot listened to me and then went about successfully getting me the respect and justice I deserved and so desperately needed . If you are in need of a really decent and hard working attorney to represent you Margot Beasley is who you should trust and employ. I hope I don't sound like a commercial but I am so grateful for the manner in which she represented me it is my delight to share it with others.
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