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By: nikitama
Law Offices of Thornberry & Associates
I was not sure what to do anymore except to get some advice from a lawyer. I did not know any lawyer, so I called my friend David Steeves, he is in an Auto-Home-Life, etc. insurance business in Connecticut (Shoff Darby Companies, Inc. 6527 Main Street, Trumbull,CT ). He highly suggested attorneys Max Rosenberg and Thomas Thornberry (3333 Main Street, Stratford, CT) I got an appointment the next day, the professional advice and super friendly service; but I also got $1000.00 about a month later.Here is how:Since my questions were about debts, credit cards and collections I got my "homework" done before I went to Max and Thomas that consisted of credit card statements and bunch of collection letters; I asked if the Bankruptcy Option would be the way to go for me and the answer was, "not in my case". Max asked if he can look at the Collection letters I have. I gave it to him and he made copies of those, read everything, looked up something on Internet, and at last he told me that it is possible that I can get $1000.00 ......mhhh, I was not sure what he is talking about. He told me that it does not cost me anything. All right ! I signed the paper that I am giving my "OK" for Max and Thomas to represent me, in the event of a case developing. Max advised me to talk to attorney Richard Giarniero (972 East Broadway, Stratford, CT) in detail about my Credit cards. I left Max and Thomas office to see Richard.I got an excellent offer for a special program which I perceived as a "work-down-slow-but-in peace" program from Richard. He told me that I can sign up for his protection and get relief from Collector phone calls and in addition slowly work my way out of the debt completely. I would also get an excellent settlement offers from Credit Card companies I have debts with, that would save me a lot of money.He told me that I have to clear out all the small balances that I owe (by myself), but with the larger amounts Richard would apply his program. Currently, I am still working on the little payments, although I’ll be done soon.About 2 weeks later I got a phone call from Max and Thomas that I have to sign some kind of paper. I was confused. I said okay, and made my way to their office and signed some paper stating that I will not to file any claims against this collector (Bjork…) in the future in regards to this particular case, because this case is completed and judgment is entered against the company who turned out to be unlicensed to collect any money from me. They also told me that I will get my $1000.00 soon.Two weeks later I get a call that I can pick up my check for $1000.00. I could not believe it. Yeah…Max and Thomas really do what they say ! I am excited to pass this valuable information to you, my friends. You can look into this and if you have some collections going on, see if you can get copies of those Collection letters and fax or bring in person to Max and Thomas, who knows, you might get even more than $1000.00. Good luck !If you have any questions about this feel free to call me: MY NAME IS NIKITA , CELL: 203-685-8585 I AM THE OWNER OF CLEANING SERVICE CT (MAILING: P.O.BOX 582 STRATFORD CT 06615) AND I STAND BEHIND MY STORY.
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By: Mark M.
Rosenberg, Miller, Hite & Morilla, LLC
I would highly recommend Rosenberg and Press!!! i had one of the toughest bankruptcy cases and Max spent a lot of time with us to get us thru it.they were very responsive to all my calls and questions and always acted professionally.once again i would highly recommend!!!!!
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By: Jonah V.
Rosenberg, Miller, Hite & Morilla, LLC
I would not be where I am without these excellent attorneys. They are like family. They treat you as a friend rather than just as a case. If you are looking for excellent service and great prices, this is the place! A+
By: Scott S.
Rosenberg, Miller, Hite & Morilla, LLC
Max, will surpass your expectations with his professionalism and knowledge. My experience was stellar.
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