Vincent W. Davis Attorney At Law – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

When i inquired about Vincent Davis, I was informed he was excellent and would represent my daughter. Instead they sent a new graduate with very little experience who was overwhelmed with all the cases she had to handle. I'm not upset my daughter lost her case. That happens. I'm upset that when I talked to them about getting another attorney within their firm, I was charged. One attorney charged their time in court for 1/2 hour while another charged for 1 1/2 hours. When I spoke to Mr. Davis, he told me a story. I was being charged the whole time. When he informed me that this would be the last court appearance under my contract, I said ok. Now, I'm being charged an additional $3,200. This is over the $4,125 I was originally charged. I cannot recommend this law firm. They appear to care about their client, but I think it's really all about the money. If you do decide to use them, be prepared to be charged over whatever amount you are putting down as a retainer which is usually in the $4,000 range. Be prepared to know that if you have a question, they will charge you for it without informing you. I don't think you're going to get the legal support that you expected. Thus, I cannot recommend this law firm.

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Law Offices of Daniel V Behesnilian – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

Daniel and Rosie were not able to resolve my accident claim and there was a lack in communication, where I was trying to inquire updates about my case for a long time without getting a hold of them. They lagged my case and were slow to do anything. They didn't perform a thorough investigation of my accident and the other insurance company, whose Insured was obviously at fault, found me at fault instead. My premiums went up as a result. =/

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Law Offices of Armen Artinyan – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

This Attorney is not to hire. Very poor Clerical and Research skills. Dishonest and Corrupted.I had hire this Attorney for my Personal Injury Case. After a useless Visits to His Chiropractor, and after a Year of Silence I had received a Letter from His Office to look for another Attorney.My Last name was misspelled (it is such a classical Last Name" Miller"! He Had spelled with single "L"!)I have never talking to the Attorney. All I had few Visits to His useless Doctor and talking few times to His Assistant.I had Hired a Different Attorney, my Case won and I had a nice Settlement.But it cost me a lots of stress and full disappointment in the Personality of Armen Artinyan and His "Law Office" I simply believe that he made a deal with the opposite Party and got paid from them!

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The Ticket Clinic – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

do not hire the ticket clinic to fight your case! they are appearance only meaning that they just go to the arraignment and plea no contest in hopes to have the ticket reduced or dismissed! it is a waste of money!!! they have screwed up two of my tickets already!

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The Ticket Clinic – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

Try to find another agency before you hire them. They lost my case and did not even mail out the letter in time for me to pay the ticket. They could not even give me a courtesy call to tell me it was due in a week. As a result, my fines doubled. It's obvious this agency just wants to take your money. Even after calling them they could care less and will not take responsibility. Even the court said your lawyer is negligent. So sad. You deserve 0 stars!! Shame on you. You give lawyers an even worse name than they already have.

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Law Offices Of Vincent W. Davis & Associates – Lawyer in Glendale, CA

Vincent Davis might be a great attorney, but I never got the opportunity find out. I never got past the front office or the retainer paperwork. My husband spoke with Gio (legal assistant) in their office and ostensibly had a great conversation – when I called back two days later and left a message, Gio called me back. I asked about my case, he was annoyed that he had to talk to me, after already explaining the particulars of the case to my husband. The reason I knew he was annoyed was b/c he repeated it to me, FIVE TIMES. "Like I said, I already told your husband this the other day, did he not mention the conversation?" " Do the two of you talk? You live under the same roof right?" I replied, "Yes, he mentioned it, but I would like to talk about the details too". I still sort of wonder why he made such a big deal about that, who knows – and honestly when you're in need of legal services, you have bigger worries on your mind.After the fifth time he told me that he already explained this to my husband, and insisting that he emailed us the retainer (which he didn't) I told him he had a lousy bedside manner (wrong profession I know – but he might take a look at the hippocratic oath and take a note.) and ended the call.Ten minutes later, realizing that he screwed up, he called back, admitting their office didn't send the retainer paper work over, "but let's get past that and get to the solution" funny since when it was insinuated that I had made an error, and I said let's just get past it, he decided to rake me over the coals about it FIVE TIMES. Does this sound like an office you want to work with?But hold on, I'm not done. I eventually received the retainer paperwork, and the fee was almost double what was discussed on the phone. I ended up emailing the front office back and writing them outright what the actual discussed fee was (discreet right?), so they could change the paperwork since communicating with Gio wasn't getting it done. The revised paperwork however, didn't entail what precisely the fee included labor-wise on the attorney's end, and THAT was the major red flag to me. Signing a contract for an attorney's service should give a breakdown of what said attorney will be doing for their client, not what they "would do, or what it MIGHT include". Too vague. Bottom line, the language in the retainer wasn't transparent in the flat fee model I received.I decided to drop the matter, and not get locked into another debate with Gio. Then he started calling me. Over and over. Then? HE LOOKED UP MY MOTHER'S PHONE NUMBER, AND CALLED HER AT NIGHT AT HOME ASKING HER FOR THE MONEY. Yelpers beware, if you mention someone as a possible guarantor, they will find them and start asking them for the money.

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