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1. Terry William B Chtd

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530 S 7th StLas Vegas, NV 89101

(702) 385-0799

Class Act 360.............should be our next D.A.

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3. Kennedy William Attorney At Law

633 S 4th St Ste 0 4Las Vegas, NV 89101

(702) 474-7000
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4. Personal Injury Attorneys Clear Counsel Law Group

7251 W Lake Mead Blvd Ste. 300Las Vegas, NV 89128

(702) 832-5028

From Business: The Clear Counsel Law Group is a Southern Nevada law firm which focuses on personal injury law. Personal injury is the part of the law which is concerned with injur…

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Crystal Eller Attorney at Law

7. Crystal Eller Attorney at LawServices

3000 W Charleston Blvd Ste 5Las Vegas, NV 89102

(702) 997-8770

From Business: I was born in Amarillo Texas in 1966 to Robert and Judy Eller. My family was what most would call "blue collar". Dad was a Master Sergeant in the United States Air …

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14. Law Offices of Robert Hempen IIServices

3560 W Cheyenne Ave #110North Las Vegas, NV 89032

(702) 637-1270

From Business: For more than 20 years, the Law Offices of Robert Hempen II has provided the Las Vegas Metro community excellent legal aid at reasonable rates. We routinely handle …

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Kenny, Bradley L
tiffuhknee rated

You won't find a better Workman’s Comp and Personal Injury attorney than this! I was involved in an auto-pedestrian accident (I was the pedestrian) and Craig Kenny was referred to me. THANK GOD! This was both a Personal Injury and Workman’s Comp case. Where do I start? ...more ALL of his staff is AMAZING! I worked with both Craig Kenny and Leon Symanski personally and the level of representation was beyond anything I could ever comprehend. I didn't have to worry about a thing. They offered to come to my house for my initial consultation. Free. I had a neurosurgeon that I didn't feel 100% comfortable with. To change doctors in a WC case can be difficult. They were able to change my doctors twice (per my request). Not only did they handle this, but they were concerned about the level of care I was receiving from my doctor and Leon Symanski PERSONALLY met me at my doctor’s appointment to ensure I was receiving the level of care he felt I was entitled to. What attorney does this? Seriously. Mr. Symanski did this again on one other occasion. I have had many problems with my Workman’s Comp case worker and my attorneys and their staff always handled any problems I had with him. This includes getting authorizations to have procedures done, calling to find out where my disability check was (and this would get corrected immediately), getting appointments approved and always kept the process moving. I never felt like an inconvenience, always a priority. I always received a call back the same day I called or when they would say they would call back. My case was approximately 2 ½ years in length (due to procedures and surgeries I needed). The settlement process was easy and I was very happy with the outcome. They always kept me informed and explained everything going on with my case in detail the entire time (and they were also kind enough to translate legal “lingo” into the English language). Mr. Kenny met with me personally on numerous occasions and ALWAYS made me feel like he truly personally cared about me. He answers his phone if he’s in the office (and available) and if I left a voicemail he ALWAYS called me back the SAME day. No joke! He is amazing! I couldn't ask for a better experience during such a trying time in my life. It was one of the most difficult times I have ever been through. Not only for me but also for my children. I felt like I had a second family at CPK & Associates who were always there to assist me with whatever I needed. What it comes down to is if you are in need of a Personal Injury and/or Workman’s Comp attorney and you want one that truly cares about YOU and your well-being, this is who you need to call. I even received a traffic ticket and it was handled in a jiffy. So I have had the pleasure of experiencing CPK's traffic services as well. What it comes down to is I promise you will be nothing but thankful you called here. I hope I won't need to go through another ordeal like this again, but if I do, this will ALWAYS been the man I call. THANK YOU Craig Kenny, Leon Symanski and all of your staff! You sincerely and truly changed my life!view less

Law Offices of Kenneth G. Frizzell, III, Inc.
Colleen J. rated

I will write how Kenneth Frizzell helped me and a male veteran's soon to be ex wife from Thailand. 1st Eva's American veteran husband was divorcing her. He was pulling in after federal taxes: example: $8,596 a month with his USAF pension, City pension, VA medical pens...moreion, Social Secuirty. Eva was only going to get about example: $750.00 a month from her social Secuirty. George was going to stick her will all the bills. I bought her to Kenneth in 8/2013. Eva agreed to hired Kenneth as her divorce attorney. He had her signed a moral contract. The 1st part is what his guidelines will be as your attorney. The 2nd part is what your guidelines are as his client. In the contract he explains his fees are ala carte which for a certain amount he will do this. They both signed. Kenneth told Eva do not lived with your ex husband or talked to him while you are divorcing him which took only 60 days. Do not break the law and be honest with your attorney. The bills were split 50/50. Eva received her social Secuirty amount: whatever it truely is: plus a fair alimony from her ex husband after 27 years of marriage. When Kenneth moved from his old office to is new office, I was happy to find out some of his old office employees left his law firm. They were not nice, lied to the clients and were rude to a few female veterans. Business is business. I have no idea if it is in writing how much you will be charge for your case, how anyone can claimed they were rip off. All attorneys charge a basic fee. As the case goes on you will have to handle additional cost to your attorney. Most attorney are suppose to tell you in writing if there are additional costs. Ala carte is better one price you get this. If you need another issue this is the cost. Time is money so you are paying for their time. Civil/criminal cases can drag on for months & there are additional court cost as well. It is a signed contract. It is in writing how to behave while he is handling a court case which means do not get into trouble if you are going to court. That would impact your current case. Listen to your attorney becuz isn't that why you hired him to handle your case.? Let's be honest if you get a DUI in Nevada you will not always walked with a parking ticket. If an attorney can promise he can make it disappear, he will disappear with your money!! This is Nevada kinda consider \"Good Old Boy State\". If Kenneth tells you to go to traffic school for the DUI/traffic ticket. Go!! An attorney is a person you hired you help you out of a screw up but they are not fairies who have a magical wand to make it like it never happened. I was dealing with an ex boyfriend who is in law enforcement. Let's be honest. If a cop does not want an attorney to help you, it does not matter how much money you are willing to pay. Most attorneys will not give you the time of day. Kenneth told me I could go to court or he could write a letter of intent for a smaller fee. I hired him for the letter. I managed to get back from my ex boyfriend, items my foster mother left me.view less

Eric Roy Law Firm
garrisonleary rated
Is there such a thing as an am...

Is there such a thing as an amicable divorce? I guess it’s all relative. I have been through two of them myself, one more amicable than the other. Neither one involved kids, so that was a plus. The first one however was miserable, largely because my ex-wife wanted to stress ...moreme out as much as possible before exiting my life. This in turn cost me a lot of money, not to mention countless headaches. My second divorce went smoother and my attorney, Eric Roy of Las Vegas, represented me well. I came across his office coincidentally while in the downtown area. There are many lawyers there, and I had actually talked to a few before stumbling into his office. He is located at 516 S. 8th St. to be exact. He happened to be in his office on that particular day, and since he offers free consultations we started talking immediately. On one hand he was comforting, in addition to the fact that I can tell he knew his stuff well. He has handled a lot of cases over the years, and he has practically seen every situation imaginable. As I mentioned before, unlike many others I did not have any issues involving kids. Alimony was not a problem either, but the house was. The house was in both of our names, even though I was the one who bought it initially. Even so, this caused some issues. To make a long story short (and it is a very long story) we settled out of court. I paid her a good sum of money and now I still own the home. It is in my name only (and it will always be till the day I die). Even though the whole process cost me, Mr. Roy was very good at arguing with the other side to minimize the amount of money I have to pay in the settlement. This is the one reason why he proved to be so valuable. Of course he did other things too through the entire process (not to mention endless paperwork), but the house issue was bigger than everything else put together. At this stage in my life I can honestly say I dealt with a few lawyers over the years. Ideally, the lawyer you hire has legal knowledge, but just as much it is important to have a good connection with him or her. Whether it’s divorce (which can bring endless issues such as custody, alimony, dividing assets (and liabilities, child support, etc.) or any other legal matter, having a personal connection with your lawyer is vital. Eric Roy’s personality fits the profession he is in because on one hand he is very knowledgeable and aggressive, but on the other hand he is easy to talk to and approachable by his clients. Whenever he was in his office, I could just walk in and talk to him about the issues of that day pertaining to my case. I am glad I bumped into him when I did. . Ironically, I really hope I never have to use Mr. Roy’s services ever again (if you know what I mean). view less

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