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09/06/2017
By: Ziggy T.
Michael K Pepin Law Offices
Excellent service! Couldn't be happier! I got in wayyyyy over my head and didn't know where to turn. Couldn't even afford a bankruptcy, let alone an attorney to help me through the process. That's when I found Mr. Pepin and help me he did. My debt is gone, I was able to get all my questions answered, he was even there for me on weekends. We worked out a financial arrangement and just like that Mr. Pepin got to work, the phone calls stopped and before I knew it, I got a letter of discharge. I highly recommended Michael, you won't be disappointed!
10/24/2016
By: James S.
Shirlene Perrin Law Office
Shirlene Perrin knows her business. i have used her in 5 cases and have won them all. from child support, probation revocation, possession of a firearm and tapping pipes and meters she took care of my cases as a professional, I highly recommend using her services. family court cases or criminal cases Shirlene is the attorney you need with her experience she gets the job done.
08/15/2016
By: Susan W.
Tilton & Dunn Pllp
This group of so called professionals used my tbi injury against me,made me look like I have a mental illness forced me into having a conservator/guardian (I was not allowed my own lawyer for the court hearings of conservatoship nor was a court ordered liaison allowed to interview with me)None of my Dr's were placed on the witness stand. (Just the retired Dr. Mr Tillton hired) which he has me so incompetent ,drooling and in a wheelchair. No communication between me never got any of my personal property back,never was notified that the lawsuit was over,wasnt allowed to my own hearings said and used fraudulent claims against me and have NOT seen a dime of my compensation 6 long years of hell from these people. Im living off of 700 a month disability and there living off of ???.???.??? From my winnings STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS GROUP!
04/25/2016
By: Paul B.
Cean F. Shands, Attorney At Law
The best damn attorney around. Keeps it 100%! Does not play around. The man you want on your team! !
02/29/2016
By: Nick B.
Swor & Gatto
Responsible & experienced injury attorneys. If you or your loved one's are ever in an auto accident...I recommend Mike Swor & Paul Gatto for representation.
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08/31/2015
By: Jacob T.
Larry Leventhal and Associates
Best Attorney out there. If you want someone who cares and empathizes with you and your case. Along with impeccable legal knowledge. This is the guy you want.
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07/14/2015
By: Lavasha S.
Arechigo & Stokka LLP
Really appreciated the service I received from Arechigo and Stokka LLP. John was very professional and had my best interest at heart. I didn't have to worry about settling the case on my own because John had my back the whole way. I would highly recommend Arechigo and Stokka!
04/15/2015
By: Jay W.
Ascheman Law
An unfortunate circumstance led me to need the help of Ascheman law offices. Landon knew exactly how to defend my case and saved me over $9000. I would highly recommend Landon Ascheman for anyone needing an attorney.
12/13/2014
By: Anita M.
Como Law Firm
I had to deal with these clowns after I fell into a internet scam I paid them off and they said send us a self addressed envelope and we will send you a letter saying you paid it off. Well 7 years later I'm still waiting for that letter oh and I sent a stamped envelope and still nothing
08/07/2014
By: takethatyme
Como Law Firm
At first this company seemed very rude and unwilling to help me pay off my debt; so I called my former apartment complex and complained. Afterwards everything was a 360 turn around. They gave me their address to send them payments and let me start direct deposit. They even helped me out with a pay plan, because I was only able to pay little amounts. After my card was stolen, I kept in contact with them to change it even though it was after my regular direct deposit date. Now my last payment was june 2014. I'm very happy :)
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