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By: rodger73
James, Kurt L Attorney At Law
DON'T HIRE. He is Facing Probation with the Kansas Disciplinary Office for violating ethical duties pertaining to fees, and not filing pleadings in a timely manner or not even filing required documents with the Court. I was charged for discovery the lawyer could not remember if he did, and opposing counsel said he never received.
By: Shaun C.
Todd B Butler Atty
One star only because I cannot give them a ZERO star rating. This "law firm" is nothing of the sort, and is instead a collection of bullies and extortionists using terror tactics to scare people into paying them interest. The office manager Ann is among the most rude, abrasive, unprofessional people I have ever had the misfortune to encounter in any setting.
By: Celia O.
George Pearson Law Firm
He did what he said he would and got me a lot of money for my injury. A lot of money. Good about staying in contact and returning calls and I liked that.
By: Teddie F.
George Pearson Law Firm
I hired Mr. Person after I got seriously hurt in a motorcycle wreck. I had never had a lawyer before but he kept me informed and treated me like a family member. I was very satisfied with his service.
By: Becky C.
Jeffrey A. Wietharn
Jeff was great to work with.. Highly recommend him to anyone needing representation with tax issues.. Made the process easy
By: Dave A.
Berberick Law Office
We live on the other side of the state from Troy but we are glad we hired him. Even tho we never met in his office, we talked to him and his staff alot on the phone and through emails, so it was no real difference then being in his office. He was always very helpful and polite, and he made us feel like what we were doing was okay and the right thing for us. He was almost always available when we needed to talk to him and if he wasn't he would call back soon. His staff was also very knowledgable and helpful, and really nice. We made a smart decision filing bankruptcy. Our life is better and our credit is improving, just like Troy told us it would. We made a great decision hiring Troy and we don't regret it one bit and we definitely don't regret hiring him even though he wasn't close to our home. We highly reccomend him and you won't be sorry if you hire him. Thank you Troy and your staff to.
By: Alicia K.
George Pearson Law Firm
He did right by me and I would not hesitate to give his name to anybody I know who needs a lawyer who is relentless about kicking ass.
By: Ilene Y.
Berberick Law Office
Troy was very helpful in guiding me with my filing. His assistant is also very helpful and professional. They answered all my questions and the process was easy because of them. I highly recommend Troy.
By: Franklin L.
George Pearson Law Firm
Mr. Pearson helped me thru the legal system and was very good. His staff was also excellent and I cannot say enough to recommend them to anybody who needs an injury lawyer. I wood use him again and that's about as good a recomendation as I can give.
By: James D.
George Pearson Law Firm
I was severely injured in an accident at my work. I could not walk for several weeks. My wife called Mr. Pearson and he came to my hospital and prayed with me and my wife. He didn't pressure us in any way and we ended up hiring him and were very happy with his legal expertise and kindness. I would not hesitate to recommend him to a friend.
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