Best 30 Lawyer in Salinas, CA with Reviews - YP.com

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12/05/2016
By: Mike Q.
Bhatnagar Law Office
Mr. Bhatnagar was really helpful and considerate of my situation. After hiring several other attorneys to assist with my legal matters, who only seem interested in trying to stretch out my case and find more motions they could file so they could bill me more, I finally found a lawyer who helped me reach my goal. I was well guided and cared for in the legal process by Mr. Bhatnagar and his team who were diligent and responsive and helped me to understand all my options and helped me make the best decision. Mr. Bhatnagar, has an weight when speaking with his well chosen words, and what he said clearly moved the judge and helped her to understand my situation. I cannot thank Mr. Bhatnagar enought for the time and money he has saved me, as well as the stress he reduced for my family. Thank You so Much
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09/20/2016
By: Christian S.
Gore Bobbie L Law Offices
Bobbie helped me through a difficult time. I needed help and guidance with a personally painful episode in my life . Divorce . Bobbie helped me clear my head and gave me the tools I needed to come to a just , equitable and reasonably resolution to a 30 year relationship. His manor , intellect and composure gave me the assurance that all we needed is to present the numbers . And that all our pain and suffering can be summed up in a number, a percentage or share of the sum of our combined interests. Simple It worked for me. And in the end to my relief.
08/29/2013
By: mrreviewer99
The Law Offices of Theodore H. Cominos
I am very grateful for Ted Cominos and his entire staff. When I am meeting with Ted I know I have his full attention. It's like I am the only one in the room. Ted is a thoughtful, caring and hardworking lawyer. I'm glad I worked with Ted, Peter, Karin and the rest of his staff and I would again.
04/22/2017
By: Francesca W.
Thelander Law
It's a 5-star rating for Gary, who took me from a charge of hit-and-run to a dismissal of the case. I'm over-the-moon. Yeah for me and a big high-5 for Gary!!! You did good! Thank you, thank you and thank you. Hey folks, If you ever find yourself in need of a good lawyer, this is your man.
01/21/2013
By: fathizo3
Stephen H. Kim, Attorney at Law
Mr. Kim was not only accessible and responsive, but knowledgeable and easy to talk to. I have called him on my own behalf, as well as to consult with him regarding clients of mine and their issues.
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03/30/2016
By: Gary T.
Thelander Law
Gary is an amazing litigator and listener. He knew exactly how to prove my Innocence. He gave me his time and full attention and I certainly would have paid more!
10/18/2013
By: mrreviewer99
Rosen, Richard Attorney At Law
I'm glad I have never been arested but if I were I would call Richard Rosen. Total pro in every way.
06/06/2013
By: cfaithm
Gordon Steven M Inc. A Professional Law Corp.
Very Professional and detailed.
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