Georgia Workers' Compensation Lawyers Benedict & Torpey, P.C.Add to Favorites
2470 Windy Hill Rd SE Ste 129Marietta, GA 30067Map & Directions
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Phone: (404) 474-8968
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TollFree: (800) 533-0682
Ms. Butler, Thank you for your post. We represented you for approximately 5 weeks. During that period of time, you did not send us any of the information requested. We gladly took your request to handle your case on your own. Ms. Torpey filed the appropriate withdrawal documents. Our Board Rules require service by email or electronic mail. Your adjuster knows this. With regard to the numerous calls you made to this office, I am able to see them on the phone when I am talking to other clients. If you don't leave us a voice message, we are unable to return the call. It is disappointing that you took to such a public forum to verbalize an incorrect rendition of the facts and law. We wish you the best.
First of all, I was going to be working with Stacey Torpey for my worker's compensation claim. I was referred to them through Ken Nugget law office. I was willing to work with them at first. I had no problems with them at all, until now. The other day, I decided that I wanted to represent myself and not let them represent me. It wasn't nothing that the office did to make discontinue my services with them. I had actually called the office twice to see if Stacey Torpey could call me back in regards to withdrawing me so that I could work with the worker's compensation insurance claims adjuster. She said that she could not work with me if I was working with an attorney. After talking to the claims adjuster, I emailed the attorney to see if she could withdraw me and they responded back yesterday. Tell me, if they thought I was calling numerous times, why did they not pick up the phone? How unprofessional are they? Ok, I called again today, and a lady by the name of Kelly stated that I have called numerous times and I said I was just calling to see if they could email my claims adjuster a copy of the withdrawal contract and she said you have a copy on your email. See if they have an email and see if you have an email. I just thought that it would have been easier for them to fax it to my claims adjuster since I was limited on money. I knew it would probably be free for them. My claims adjuster did not want to take an email. She wanted it faxed. The thing that really got to me was the attitude that Kelly had. It was a good thing that it came to this point because it allowed me to see how this law firm was. I will not recommend my family or friends here.