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By: Kevin M.
Law Office Of Mark Rogers
Mark Rogers completed an exspungement for me in June of 2017. He was very professional, courteous, caring, honest, and dependable. He communicated with me in a timely manner, kept me up to date, and he returned my phone calls every time. He is the best attorney I have ever used!!! My advice to anyone looking for a great Attorney would be to read lots of reviews. I would highly recommend Mark Rogers to anyone, and I will definitely use him again.
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By: Sherry C.
Huckabay, Pugh T III
I paid an exorbitant amount of money to this man for a custody and child support case. He did his part in the custody issue and getting child support raised but was of no use in actually enforcing the support order. As the other person said, once he has your money (and believe me you will spend a lot of it on him) good luck getting him or anyone in his office to return your phone calls.
By: rissa1017
Huckabay, Pugh T III
I'm very conflicted with him. He's great when I needed him for a couple of cases but he is horrible at returning calls as is his paralegal. He took a case on for me 2 years ago, took my money and still to this day I cannot get him to return my calls, much less finish the case that he was paid to do. This was a very simple civil case but nothing, nadda, zilch. Very dissappointed in him.
By: instructors
Black Cypress Consultants
When I needed CPR certification in Shreveport for my job, I couldn't find anybody when I looked except Black Cypress Consultants, They have 4 certified CPR and First Aid Instructors and teach Shreveport CPR classes 6 days a week, They did my class on A Saturday and I didn't even have to take off work !! Thanks Black Cypress Consultants.
By: Grace M.
Huckabay, Pugh T III
Not once did I ever feel neglected, avoided or taken advantage of with Sonny as my attorney. I left my divorce settlement 100% satisfied. If you are needing help with ANYTHING domestic related, I highly recommend calling Sonny.
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By: Tang2miller ..
Long Kelly L Atty At Law
Kelly is the most experienced family law Attorney in Shreveport. She's 2nd to none in the courtroom. I've used her twice in the past and she's never lost a case.
By: Mary O.
Sutton, Bobby D Sr
Bobby Junior is very kind and will not jack around. Tells it like it is. He does everything himself, does not use paralegals.
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By: Keeley J.
William D Hall Atty
Great attorney....helped me out alot!Great criminal attorney...most def the best!
By: musicmissionproject
Long Kelly L Atty At Law
Very Helpful and knowledgeable.
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