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11/10/2017
By: Jonathan B.
Blanchard & Thomas, LLP
Blanchard & Thomas was a world of help, they were able to get me 3 deals that were all pleasing to me. I had the pleasure of being helped by Barrett Thomas. I had a top-notch experience, Barrett broke down things I did not understand, his office was close to my job and convenient to get to and the biggest part he was willing to work with me and my struggles. If I have any legal issues in the future I am sure that I will contact him first to see if he can help out again.
07/05/2017
By: Vincent H.
Blanchard & Thomas, LLP
I used Blanchard & Thomas for my divorce from my wife. Mr. Thomas was very personable, hard working, knowledgeable and provided legal guidance to help get me through this very difficult time. I would recommended Blanchard & Thomas to anyone needing any legal assistance.
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06/01/2017
By: Katie S.
Fanning, David W
Was going through a ridiculous custody battle with my ex husband; and also had two lawyers prior to finding David Fanning. I wish I would have found him sooner so i didn't have to deal with what I dealt with for so long because as soon as I hired David everything got done on the spot. All confusing questions i had got answered immediately. We were prepared and when the time came to go to court I felt confident and ready to go and we won. He is absolutely amazing and I couldn't have got through this without him. Up until the final days before we had a game plan he always kept in touch with me by phone and by email. I could never thank him enough for everything he has done. If your looking for a lawyer who cares and does his job to its full potential you should hire David Fanning he is the best I know by far.
05/24/2017
By: Yvonne A.
William Johnston Atty
William Johnston makes lots of promises, but he isn't going an extra mile for you. He likes the big bucks and that is all he cares about. If your among the little people forget it, he'll just take your money. He wants you to do the leg work, make the calls, etc....I paid him 3500.00 and I had to go get copies of records, I had to make calls to probation office. Six months after paying him, if you need help, he's not willing to help. Beware of this guy!
03/15/2017
By: Jose O.
Law Office Of Cody Cleve
corrupt dishonest can't trust! he corrupts witness's, any other attorney at law would be a better choice!
10/25/2016
By: Brenda H.
Martinez & Martinez
Sam Martinez represented my daughter in a criminal case and did a terrible job. He was not prepared for the case and did not do anything my daughter requested him to do. My daughter ended up getting 60 years on a case and she didn't even kill anyone. Please do not trust your love one into the hands of the Martinez brothers
05/06/2016
By: Bethany T.
Helton & Associates
Mr Helton and his associates were very helpful and fast in winning my husband's work injury case. However we have to travel to Austin and once a month to Dallas for his pain management. The insurance company is now denying us our travel reimbursement and to pay for his medication. When I contacted Heltons office I didn't hear back for a week! Then we received a letter stating he was withdrawing from our case because there is nothing else further to be done. SERIOUSLY!!! We need help for the first time in about a yr. And since he's not benifiting he's refusing to help us. We can't afford to hire another attorney so now we are having to go through the division of work comp ourselves. So just to let y'all know QUICK TO WIN AND TAKE YOUR MONEY$ BUT DONT ASK FOR ANY HELP AFTER THAT...HE WILL DUMP YOU!
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02/17/2016
By: Mary jane B.
The Carlson Law Firm
We were involved in a no-fault accident back in October 2014 with injuries to both of us and as the man who caused the accident could not even provide insurance at the scene we hired the Carlson law Firm in Waco, Tx to represent us. We could not have hired a better firm, the paralegal Maria Jones and the attorney Dominic Braus have been very special people to us.They made sure that our injuries were handled in a timely manner. I have given them a 5 star rating and would recommend them to anyone.Please give them your businessThank You Mary Jane Braziel & Lee Braziel
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01/06/2016
By: Robert B.
Martinez & Martinez
Very honest,fair,and extremely knowledgeable about the legal systems, state and federal,and the district attorney's office. Phil Martinez will work tirelessly for you, as he did for me, to insure the best end result to your legal business.
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12/03/2015
By: Don't W.
Rodney Goble Law Office
Rod Goble is a horrible lawyer. One of the most unprofessional and lazy lawyers I've ever met. It's clear that he is only concerned with the money. Shouldn't even be a lawyer. Attorneys should work for their clients. This is one thing Mr. Goble does not understand. Don't hire him. Even the receptionist is clueless. They don't even know what going on 99% of the time. He is cheap for a reason. And that's because his services reflect the same. McClellan county in general is very unprofessional and unorganized. I'd represent myself before I ever gave this coward another dime of mine. They don't even deserve a star.
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