I'm sure that my attorney will respond to this review by stating that he's sorry that I feel the way that I do about my final settlement amount. He is an attorney and knows how to finesse language, as that is part of his job. I was content with the outcome; however, I was originally told that I would receive a higher amount of forty-five hundred dollars. This was stated in a text message correspondence that I later emailed back to him on the firms account to have a paper trail of where the mysteriously missing amount may have gone. This is not to say that this error truly did not occur. After I was told that the accounting/billing department never makes mistakes, I was told that the bill for one of my doctors was not included in the total. Overall, the firm was responsive; however, my attorney did not return my calls in a timely fashion to discuss the amount in detail when I wanted to. I'm sure he will state that he was responsive, which he was, except when I had questions about the new amount. I agreed to the amount and ultimately heard back from him. It was too late, as the new lower amount was already calculated. I did tell him that I would not have agreed to the lower amount and he stated that I did agree during an earlier conversation. Once I was told that I would get the higher amount, I did not expect much less than what I was told. I asked him to consider splitting the difference of the amount lost. He thanked me in a way that I detected as sarcastic indicating that this would not happen. He ultimately itemized the bill as to what was accounted for and pointed out that the person that calculated it forgot to include it in the total--coming from someone that said the department never makes mistakes. It seemed like he was setting the stage to not take responsibility for the lower amount that I was told about, rather scapegoating the person in the accounting department as being new. I will not mention his name, but the firm knows who he is, as this review is linked to them. Again, this is a poor reflection of the firm and the method in which they conduct their accounting. If the firm claims that they do not do this type of business, than I ask them to evaluate how they hire.
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I just wanted to thank Mr. Salim Sabbagh. I was in a car accident in New York. Salim was my lawyer and I got to say I am impressed with his work he put in my case. He was always responsive and I will absolutely recommend him to my friends and family. Looks like Salim has great experience and knew what he was doing. He made sure my body healed from recommended doctors to good advice. Thank you Salim.
I am so grateful for my attorney, Cory Deets, his assistant Marisol, and the entire firm. My case was handled with compassion and professionalism.
I like to thank Ms. Candice Rios who very thorough and help me so much on any issues to recover from my injury as a pedestrian hit by car. She referred assisted and resolved any medical issues, bills etc. God Bless! Yes I will refer.
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