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Posted:    Rev. Richard Skaff

Incompetent and Unethical

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 2 votes
Contact information:
Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend
800 Commerce Street
Houston, Texas
United States
Phone: 800-870-9584
Never use them!

This law firm likes to recruit people for class action lawsuits, which they like to take on to make few quick dollars at the cost of the victims. They prod victims to enter the fight and the minute they sense weakness (means no sure dollars) they drop their clients like hot potatoes. If you refuse to enter the lawsuit, they attempt to convince your family to pressure you to join them. They provide rude and inadequate customer service, and will provide you with terrible and self-serving advice. The associates they assign you are inexperienced and incompetent, and they will allow the opposing attorneys to demolish you during depositions. I strongly recommend against any involvement with this law firm! Check others. Lawyers are a dime a dozen. Find the one who is competent and works best for you. This law firm (Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend) is no better than the unethical corporation they sue!
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 25th of Jun, 2010 by   Taking control of the situation +1 Votes
Now how about a bar grievance, and to make sure they don't forget to inform their malpractice insurer, notify them as well. If your issues are multiple then file those issues separately. To many and they lose their malpractice insurance.
 27th of Jun, 2010 by   AnnoyedByScams3333 0 Votes
Great idea!

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