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By: Christine S.
Landis Christopher A Attorney At Law
Myself and husband had the privilege of having Mr. Landis work a personal injury case for us. He is exceptionally knowledgeable and and absolute pleasure to work with. Beginning with his helpful and courteous staff, to Mr Landis superior professional attitude. He always kept us informed, followed up on every appointment we had. He even accompanied us to the more difficult appointment's we had. If you are looking for honest,reliable and sincere help, you don't want to settle with any attorney without meeting him first. Personally, I wouldn't use any other Law Firm. He will go above and beyond his attorney obligations to make sure you understand EVERY aspect of your case. They are far more valuable than a five star rating. Again, we can't thank him and his staff for the amazing job they did for us. Robert and Christine Smith
By: neesee1958
Thompson Kontz And Brenner
So far he has collected part of the funds owed to my so by his evil stepmother who has taken everything since his father died, including the house promised to him which he had been living in for seven years with his significant other. Now Kontz is going after the will that the evil one refuses to produce and show to the only child his father ever had. You go and get that woman Mr Kontz!
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By: Salvador C.
Lodge Aaron Attorney At Law
Just briefly, Aaron was pretty much a miracle worker! We both had attorneys, spent over $30,000.00, and gave up and instead hired Aaron as a neutral attorney and mediator. He cut right through, and somehow got us to agree on some things. We ended up getting our divorce and have no regrets. Thank you so much. If you need to get a divorce, try Aaron Lodge.
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