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01/17/2017
By: Eli L.
McManus Law Firm
Very unprofessional and lazy lawyer. He lets the secretary run his show of blatant disregard of clients. Secretaries are rude and do not follow through. Both secretaries had the IQ of a rock and kept underminding me. One would give me instructions then when I would go over the instructions, to be sure, just a moment later she said " If you want." Very disrespectful! They cost us more money than what we needed to pay. I would of done better if I represented myself.
12/22/2016
By: Maria M.
Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A.
Jason is an amazing attorney. He is very professional, and goes above and beyond the call of duty. I don't know what I would have done without his help. I highly recommend him!
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11/08/2016
By: Diane M.
Cindy L Hawkins Attorney At Law
Had no problems at all with this lawyer.She is very friendly and very professional.I hired her for my divorce a few years ago.
02/20/2014
By: jogwon
Billy Bob Webb Attorney
Kept me up to date on my case frequently!
08/26/2013
By: zbusdriver
Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A.
When no one else would even talk to me about my workmans comp case Jason was ready to help me. He knows his stuff and got me all I should have gotten and more. I recommend him to everyone.
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08/22/2013
By: chris.owens.74
Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A.
Jason has handled to workmans comp cases for me and he's gotten me every penny that I deserved never failed to contact me. Heiis one of the nicest attorneys and prompt attorneys that I've ever met in my life he will never do you wrongand I would recommend him to anyone I already have. So thank you Jason Hatfield
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