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I was concerned before the trial that he was just too nice a guy and that he didn’t have enough of a “killer instinct” for me to win what looked like it was going to be a very difficult case. I was so mistaken!
Prior to Bob, we’ve yet to work with an attorney that places such value in his client’s understanding of the process and how their decisions affect that process. May you never have to go through an ordeal such as we did, but, if so, Robert French is an attorney you should consider.
Bob French assisted my family with a very complicated case involving both real estate and probate matters, and I believe that it would never have been resolved successfully without his knowledge and professionalism.
Bob is the kind of attorney everyone should have: friendly, fast and very efficient. Needless to say, Bob handled the issues like the pro he is and–we won! And his fee was surprisingly reasonable.
He recovered for me every cent that I had paid to the company in premiums. I enjoyed working with Bob because he clearly cared about my situation. I really appreciated Bob’s kindness and his tireless effort on my behalf.
He so thoroughly cross-examined the plaintiff during his deposition, that the plaintiff’s case simply began to crumble. I had never seen such a total and absolute abdication by a plaintiff of his litigation claims.
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