Kissinger William J in Youngstown, OH with Reviews -
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By: Arbutus D.
Mark Hanni Law Offices
Know's how to get thing's done. Couldn't ask for better representation. He did everything he said he could do and was a complete professional the whole time.
By: Chris B.
James E Lanzo
Attorney Lanzo is professional and cares about his clients. He has handled several family matters for us and all have been a positive experience. His staff is always friendly and well informed; we would never consider going elsewhere.
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By: Jason D.
Mark Hanni Law Offices
Never showed up for court! My 19 year old had to defend herself after I paid him for his services. There were several clients waiting for him in court and he never showed up!
By: Dean K.
Shirley Smith Law Office
Didn't try hard at all to fight for my workers compensation benefits. Too busy with many other cases that were making her more money. As it was she made 40% of my case, which is typical but in my mind she didn't earn it. I wouldn't recommend her for anything as she is spread way to thin to care about your case 100%.
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By: Angelo H.
A Ross Douglass
It was so considerate of this firm to refund my money by mail realizing they did not meet the oral obligation due to the distraction of a more suitable appointment.
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By: Bri D.
James E Lanzo
I've known this lawyer for quite some time & he always handles everyone's cases efficiently. The below reviews are just people that are scorned because they didn't win. He is a very busy attorney with a large caseload but tries his best to connect with every client and he always made me feel confident with my case and taken care of. I've watched him win several cases and have multiple happy clients. If you drove by (which is creepy,) and saw that his car was here, he was most likely in with appointments and wasn't taking phone calls. Maybe think of that next time you stalk an attorney.
By: Veronica H.
James E Lanzo
i got nothing to show for my money i paid him. i done some research and found out that he is facebook friends with alot of my ex friends. goes to show you. you can not trust no one. do your research on him before you hire him i wish i had.
By: Joni S.
James E Lanzo
James E Lanzo is a weak lawyer. i paid him alot of money and he did nothing for me.For what i paid him i could have done on my own. He was never available and was always out of the office but yet do a drive by and his car was always in the parking lot. Do your homework before hiring this company. Make sure they are not friends or facebook friends with the party you have a complaint will lose.
By: Gina T.
Mark Attorney Lavelle At Law
Smart, no BS, no messing around! Highly recommend this attorney. If negative reviews are a worry, make an appointment and judge for yourself. It costs nothing.
By: Ej L.
Horlick Chester W & Assocs
I got pulled over coming home from a girls night out..found out my license was also suspended. so i got popped for dui and suspension. Todd got the matter resolved with 1 hearing, no drama. Great guy.
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