Mr. Greene was to assist me in collecting a judgement for attorneys in excess of $150,000. I informed Mr. Greene that my ex had recently filed an appeal and I didn't think I could collect. Mr. Greene, dismissed my concerns, advised me he had 30 years experience and his plan was to set up a deposition of my ex to find out where his banking was done, to hire an investigator, and file a writ of execution. It sounded reasonable, I don't know anything about collections, so I paid $1,500 retainer. After 2 weeks of nothing being done (Mr. Greene is too cheap to hire an assistant), I ran into a prior attorney who counseled me that Mr. Greene did not have a great reputation in town and that I was barred from collections during the pendancy of an appeal. When I terminated Mr. Greene (he asked ME to fill out the specifics of the writ of execution - his job) he kept the entire retainer and refuses to work with me to resolve my request for reimbursement. He is both unethical and incompetent.
I recently retained Mr. Goldberg to represent me in a significant labor case involving breach of contract and fraud issues. Within a very short period of time and with minimum cost Mr. Goldberg brought the issue to a satisfactory result for me and my family. \r \r I am highly impressed with his …
I call in the middle of speaking, she cuts me off to give me a diffrent #. While I'm getting a pen, she rushes me saying her line was ringing, and trying to rush me. I told her no thanks, I would be using another company. If that's the first person you speak with, I wouldn't want anything to do with the rest of the company.