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By: Heather S.
Johnson Kendall
He is a joke. Don't waste your money. He only cares about making money and not ethics. He will lie and cheat and steal your retainer.
By: Geary C.
Berry & Otterson, PLLC
Brian and Beth have been professional and knowledgable, but they also seem to truly care about their clients. I recommend their firm without hesitation!
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By: Xazper8 ..
Jeff Krigel Law Firm PLLC
Jeff Krigel will fight for your rights. Even when it looked like I was going to lose my case, he never mentioned pleading a deal. He stayed engaged and saw the case through to the end and much to my own surprise, we prevailed. I highly recommend this hard working, ethical attorney for handling legal matters.
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By: Lauren G.
Jerry Perigo Law
In the on-going ordeal with my ex and custody case, Jerry has proven to not only be biased but far from impartial. In the latest report he sent to our judge, he falsified information I can directly provide from an e-mail I sent in regards to my child's routine. He also safeguards my ex's behaviors and interfering control issues that have arisen in regards to my current husband, with no mention of the comments or complaints the ex has despite false allegations being filed against my husband.You'd think with the severity of these allegations, which were proven unsubstantiated, all of these complaints would warrant documentation. Apparently not, especially since I've brought it to Jerry's attention that I believe my ex is harassing my husband and has been interfering in my relationship since he found out I was dating.Please, if you have any sense, do not employ Jerry Perigo. He has no intention of doing you justice or protecting either you or your family.
By: Samantha K.
Jerry Perigo Law
This man is scum very horrible he doesn't care about the children only the money and spent 20 mins talking to me about his grandson and his grandson black friend? He needs to fired from this. He shouldn't be a judge or PC.
By: Anna B.
Keith Scott D
This man has worked miracles in my life and in my son's 20 years later. If you are looking for someone who won't just find out what the law requires but will jump in and take on your case like it's affecting his own life. He got me out of prison after searching diligently for the technicality that did exist. He ran into roadblocks but kept pushing and I was set free 5 years earlier than what the DA had pushed for. With my son who had an attorney who withdrew due to family problems, Scott stepped in and saw many flaws in the former attorneys decisions and pulled together a deal that pulled all charges into one and then went to bat to get the best sentence possible which we all are so thankful for. And throughout each of these cases we all felt a sincere compassion from him. Thank you Scott Keith!!! You are what attorneys were meant to be. I bet you'd make one hell of a friend!
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By: Brent P.
Jeff Krigel Law Firm PLLC
He won a DUI case! I never had an interlock in my car. Very easy communication through text messages!!!
By: Brenda R.
James Maier, Criminal Defense Attorney
You can tell Mr. Maier has a lot of defense experience, even at trials. I recommend him highly. His phone number is not right on this site, though. I have it as (918) 313-6111.
By: Jane S.
John J Tanner Atty
Horrible attorney! AVOID!!! He is too old to be doing this job anymore. He needs to retire and save everyone the grief of having to deal with his inability to perform!
By: Chris S.
Gomez Matthew P Gomez Attorney At Law
Mr. Gomez was the first attorney who I talked to and worked with that actually knew about divorce law. He is very straightforward and honest and I appreciate that. He was not too expensive and I have paid way too much in a legal system that is out of control. His office staff is super helpful and always there. I highly recomend him.
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