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10/31/2017
By: Tommy M.
Michael Varisco Law Offices
Truly an excellent attorney and gentleman. Mike did a great job for me in my case and I am so grateful because he literally saved my family in a terrible divorce case I have endured for some time. I now have my kids more than before. Very impressed with Mike. I truly recommend him.
10/19/2017
By: Luis G.
Michael Varisco Law Offices
Mike was fabulous in court yesterday. He stopped the attorney in her tracks. She could not get any evidence in. The court ultimately dismissed her TRO against me. Mike is a great attorney. Thanks Mike!!
08/24/2017
By: Miss G.
Law Offices of Sally Anne Cox
You will never find a more caring, compassionate, understanding attorney than Sally Anne Cox.Sally cares about people, not money.She will do right by you, and you will have hired the best attorney in the state of California.Georgia M.
08/16/2017
By: Donald H.
Baziak & Steevens
With the help from Baziak and Steevens I was able to acquire the assistance I needed. Thank you !
08/06/2017
By: Lori B.
Garey, Michael Ian
best attorney in business! costs a little money but results are so worth it. when it's your name and life on the line this is the man who can save it!!!!!
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04/25/2017
By: Barbara S.
Howell Michael E Law Office
YEA I WAS ONE OF THEIR CLIENTS AND DIDNT DO MUCH FOR ME IN ALL THE FIVE YEARS OF TRYING TO GET WHAT I NEEDED FROM MY WORK INJURY AND NOW THE MAN DIE AND GOT MORE F**CK OVER FOR NOTHING WAS DONE TO HELP SOLVE MY CLAIM AND NOW GOT TO FIND ANOTHER ATTORNEY AND GLAD THIS OFFICE IS NO LONGER CAN SCREW WITH PEOPLE AND FU***CK THEM OVER
03/23/2017
By: Paula S.
The Law Office Of Robert Newman
Robert Newman is a deceptive lawyer. I have had interactions with him over the years and I personally have seen him, in legal pleadings, and in oral argument in courts, intentionally make false statements to Judges, multiple times. Per his court pleadings he claims to make $350 per hour. Some of the pleadings that I have seen him file in the courts are poorly written with him not using enough facts, not telling the court what the cases that he is citing, are about. He has poor use of facts to support what he is writing about. He claims to be the animal lawyer and he gives the impression that he loves animals. However he represented a Pug rescue group a few years ago against defendant Harriett Brown, who was a foster mom for the rescue group. Harriett Brown had been a foster mom to two dogs, for approximately one and a half years, and she got attached to the dogs and the dogs got attached to her. Robert Newman sued for the rescue group to take the dogs away from her even though there was no permanent home for them and Harriett Brown wanted to adopt them and pay the adoption fee. Robert appeared not to care about the two dogs attachment to the foster mom.
02/04/2017
By: sprn37
Law Office of Patricia D Ceron & Assoc APC
Thank you so much for being my lawyer! Both of my brothers and I are very happy with the way you helped us. I owe Miss Patricia big time for the way she helped my wife and I, and also my brothers. Thank you again.
01/29/2017
By: Kurt H.
Gibson & Hughes
I had a great experience with Gibson and Hughes, the office staff kept me up to date and very helpful with any questions I had along the way. There were Two very professional attorneys that put their heart and soul into my case, Jeff and rob. I would recommend Gibson and Hughes to anyone that expects professionalism but nice and understandable lawyers.
01/10/2017
By: Karma is a B.
O'neil Michael R
"Are you having SEX with your attorney?"What ethical officer of the court has the audacity to publicly and loudly ask his client's ex-wife if she is having SEX with her attorney - in a courtroom filled with other attorneys and their clients AND with the judge still present? My ex swears he did not know this outburst was coming.Mr O'Neil was clever enough to wait until the hearing was over so it would not be recorded - nonetheless there were well over a dozen witnesses to experience his crude behavior. Mr O'Neil has been representing my ex for 10 years. Although we had minimal assets and 1 child with a very amicable divorce, Mr O'Neil has encouraged countless vexatious filings over the years - almost yearly.My ex makes almost 10 times what I do, and he is filing to have me pay for his attorney fee$, which have become a$tronomical. I on the other hand usually represent myself -(free), so why does he need an attorney?Our son is now 17 and Mr O'Neil is still at it. As of this month he has filed a Contempt of Court for my not being able to drive my son to activities that his father schedules during my visitation and while I am working.
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