Social Security Disability Law in Wethersfield, CT with Reviews - YP.com

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06/07/2017
By: Stephen S.
Jackson O'Keefe LLP
Our family had a need for an attorney for a dog bite matter in the fall of 2014. Jackson O'Keefe took the case and handled it very professionally from beginning to settlement. Additional services were needed. The law firm prepared two wills for family members, handled two closings on properties and probated two different wills, navigating through the system in a seamless manner. It was a comfort to the families involved having such a professional and caring law firm at our side. Thank you Matt and Peter O'Keefe and staff for the fine job you did for us.Steve SFarmington Ct
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03/22/2016
By: T L.
Jackson O'Keefe LLP
Attorney Joseph Busher, and the Jackson O'Keefe team, worked hard for our family, and was kind and considerate in dealing with our sensitive personal injury situation. I was able to work directly with attorney Busher throughout the entire process.Joseph provided strong representation and effectively managed our claim, provided regular updates, and coordinated well with our local attorney. I would highly recommend consulting with Jackson O'Keefe for any legal needs.
05/09/2014
By: Helen P.
Johnson Lee N
Wonderful! Highly recommended.
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