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By: Michael S.
Smathers Law Firm PA
I havent been to this actual office but in 2009 Ms Smathers helped in an accident case where a young driver totalled my car. I got help all the way throught the process. In maybe 4-5 months I got my substancial settlement.. Sinc: M.S.
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By: Don W.
Rohe Twyman, P.A.
My experience with Rohe and Twyman(i am sorry to say)has been the worst i could imagine.I went to them thinking i could depend on them to expedite my simple divorce case and it has been almost a year with no divorce.There is no property division or major issues involved.The first proposal was not even sent to my husband for 4 months and that was because i complained that i had not heard anything from them.I have spent upwards of 6 thousand dollars that i can not afford for them to drag this on and i implore any one who needs help with a family law case to think about this review first.
By: w_buchan
The Defense Group
Please waste your money on a different attorney. Not impressed with the total lack of effort made by Peter Zies and the other attorneys in the Defense Group/Cox law firm. Total waste of time and money! If they are not arrogant, they are not showing up to court dates and sending different attorneys to fill in who don't even look for the client that is sitting outside the court room. The office seems to be content with disorganization of information. They are truly NOT worried about out come of the client's case. They tell you they are more expensive because of the experience they have but treat you like your wasting their time. Please do not use this lawyer for any legal matters.
By: littlebopeeplamb
Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida
POOR NOT ABLE REACH or CONTACT SOMEONE at COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE of MID-FLORIDA, INC.When you call phone number ((352)343-6351) to COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE of MID-FLORIDA, Inc. you can't reach anyone by phone when you call; you can't leave and not able to leave a message by phone. All your able to do after dialing number is listen to RECORDING push buttons getting NO WHERE and BEING DISCONNECTED at some point and dial number back again repeat process all over again and again and again.......................... Go to business of COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE of MID-FLORIDA INC. office on 226 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida just as bad trying to call. NO ONE is at the office. Sign on door on Main Street said go side door and side door has sign with arrow pointing toward Main Street. WEB SITE just as bad try getting help from COMMUNITY LEGAL SERICE of MID-FLORIDA I FEEL THERE NO ONE THERE FOR ONES NEED SERVICE SINCE NO ONE ANSWER THE PHONE, CAN'T LEAVE MESSAGE, CAN'T MAKE APPOINTMENT. How someone suppose reach COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE of MID-FLORIDA, INC. if they are not in office or answer phone, web site to complicated. IS THERE ANYONE HELP LESS FORTUNATE AND GIVE BETTER SERVICE TO THE LESS FORTUNATE then COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICE of MID-FLORIDA, INC.
By: kamryn5
Law Office of Frank P. Remsen, P.A.
I hired this lawyer over a year ago for a change of Domicile. I gathered the required paperwork and tried to bring it to his office in Maitland, HE wasn't there. After calling and going to the maitland office for 2 weeks with no response I called the clermont office; I learned he had moved and didn't even let his clients know. This was annoying, his closest office went from 2 miles away to 50. To make matters worse this happened AGAIN I drove all the way to clermont to drop off some paper work to find out he had moved to Tavares. To make matters EVEN worse there was no progress on my case, 8 months later the courts in MI reopened my case in since I had failed to open my case in FL. Instead of apologizing and taking responsibility, he blamed his previous paralegal. Nevermind I had been calling for months after she left. When I tried to object to having my case reopened in MI they charged me for the work they had to do. Mind you, they were only reopening my case in MI because after 8 months this lawyers office had failed to open my case in FL. I also payed them a 2600 dollar deductible that they still hit every month. Last time I asked to see the document they charged me for supposedly working on, it didn't even exist. Now whenever I call they are always busy and they never return my phone calls, I am beyond frustrated. I hired a lawyer to make this process easier for myself. Working with this lawyer has been a nightmare.
By: judy36fla
Law Office-Judy A Stewart Pa
This information is incorrect. This should read as follows:Law Office of Judy A. Stewart, P.A.311 E. Main StreetTavares, FL 32778(352) 742-4777website:
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