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By: Kelly C.
Kelly Chavers Realtor
Listed this home using professional photography, virtual tour, drone flyover video, and social media targeting!
By: Lucy B.
The Law Offices of Jose Fernandez
This is a law firm that is trustworthy. They represented me in a car accident case that not only caused me physical pain from injuries incurred, but the medical expenses very well could have been a source of financial devastation had it not been for the efforts of the attorneys with the Law Office of Jose Fernandez, Tallahassee, Florida. From the very first day I contacted them, I felt I was in good hands. I actually felt that they cared about my physical recovery, and I truly appreciate the peace of mind I could rest in as a result of their close attention to my financial needs during this difficult time. Friendly, knowledgeable, professional staff is what I encountered here, and I recommend them highly.
By: R. M.
Morgan & Morgan
Excellent Customer Service, Professional and Courteous Staff. Personable Service...Staff is always available or able to be reached (leave a VM and someone returns your call immediately). Also, willing to go the extra mile. Special Thanks to Mr. Tyler Everett and Ms. Sheri Eades for their Expertise, Excellent Communication, and Genuine Concern. Moreover, for making the entire process seamless!!! Best Regards,R.M.
By: Susie J.
Waldoch & McConnaughhey
Very incompetent. She pretty much ruined my life. She did not find out that my mother had a trust and therefore the Will that she created wasn't worth the paper that it was typed on. (concerning one of the assets that was left to me in her will.) Whatever you do not hire this woman.
By: Ronald W.
Slepin Stephen Marc
Excellent and driven to understand the point of contention as well as swift to get the job done ... properly and timely! I would definitely recommend Stephen Slepin, Attorney.REW
By: Kathy K.
Dag Architects
Young and creative group of design professionals doing great work for clients such as FAMU, Leon County Schools, Tallahassee Community College, and more! Highly recommended.
By: Darrell T.
Morgan & Morgan
They were very professional, in helping, making sure I makes the right decision of my choice, of not accepting anything I were not satisfied with, I would highly recommend them of great expertise.
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By: Jose G.
Gus Vincent Soto Attorney
No!!!!! Recomiendo a este Sr que se dice abogado Dr DUI el cuando tu le expones tu caso no te habla con la verdad el te hace crees que hara todo para defender tu caso no se communication contigo a el lo que le interesado es sacarte el dinero y tan pronto lo consigue no sabes nada.obsolutamente nada sobre tu caso....ESTE SR. ES UNA RATA CON CORBATA......perdon por las ratas.
By: Andria W.
Morgan & Morgan
Attny Kempner and his paralegal Donna are caring, thoughtful, and professional. My experience is one of satisfaction, I'm glad I chose MM. If ever I need an attorney I have already decided to call MM, first.A Walker
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By: Robert D.
Morgan & Morgan
I contacted Morgan and Morgan after I was injured on the job and my employer didn't want to honor my doctors note for light duty. They were very professional and assisted me with my claim against my employer. I would recommend these attorneys' to any one who needs a good attorney who will treat you with respect and professionalism. Thanks for your prompt and efficient service.
Tips & Advices
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  • You need to ask questions about how the attorney will communicate with you and what responsibilities you hold in the relationship.
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