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10/03/2017
By: Jerri B.
Mains & Associates CPAs Professional Corporation
Been customers for decades, they're the best
03/29/2016
By: Roman S.
Team Realty
Cannot express how displeased I am with team realty. For starters the "property manager" Lisa is very shady as previously expressed in other reviews. Ended up moving into a bug infested house and received zero to little help from the landlord even though the bug problem was brought on by our downstairs tenants. When bug problem was brought to her attention was verbally abused and kicked out of her offices. My advice for you unless you like bug riddled housed in trashy neighborhoods is to stay away from this realtor.
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08/24/2015
By: Latanya E.
Fleschner Stark Tanoos & Newlin
I just fired this law firm due to their incompetence and rudeness. My disability case has a real chance of winning now that I got rid of these losers.
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07/22/2015
By: Renee C.
Himes, John R, JD
I am so happy I went to the Himes Law office!! Every one was very nice, the fee's are very good and Mr. Himes is down to earth not stuffy like most attorney's. He even has saturday hours!! Thanks for all your help!!
05/01/2015
By: leah g.
Fleschner Stark Tanoos & Newlin
I can't let this go. Please look somewhere else. I had a terrible experience. One star is too much. The lack of communication, and overall, laziness of these people was enough to drive me insane. I had to deal with so many caseworkers. They have too much turnover.... After almost 3 years of waiting for a disability hearing,...I lost. Because of their incompetence. No one even bothered to call me after the loss. They just sent me some stupid paperwork in the mail, asking me to appeal. I highly recommend that you find a good local attorney that will meet with you. I have a great local attorney now, and look forward to winning my claim.
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02/20/2015
By: Jenni K.
Mullican Law Firm
Mark is an excellent attorney!!!
08/07/2014
By: Krystal M.
Phillip C. Smith-Attorney At Law
This is the worst lawyer ever! Do not waste your money. Received the invoice for the month and he never filed anything. All he charged me for was reviewing things and making phone calls and this ended up being $800 out of the $1000 retainer. On top of it all when I went to fire him he charged me $5 per page to scan and email all the documents to me. I could never get ahold of him by phone or email. When he finally contacted me he said he had the wrong phone number... even if that was true he still had my email! He got easily intimidated by the lawyer we are up against. Gave the worst advice ever and never once knew he should have file anything even after I asked him what he specifically needed to file.... I thought he was the lawyer not me.
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03/02/2014
By: Amy J.
Fleschner Stark Tanoos & Newlin
they did my disability and got it w/in less than a years time.
01/12/2014
By: Tony S.
Himes, John R, JD
The staff is rude and very unhelpful, will not return phone calls, or messages, no website or email address, does not keep you informed or up to date, hard to get ahold of
08/22/2013
By: loretta.buck.9
Nattkemper Law Office
MY FAMILY ON BOTH SIDES HAS USED DON FOR DECADES AND FEEL THERE IS NONE BETTER TO BE FOUND IN TERRE HAUTE FOR WILLS, ESTATES AND PROBATE. PLEASE CONTACT HIM FOR ANY SUCH NEEDS, YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU DID. ROBERT C. HOLSTEIN
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