- Report: #1048958
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Complaint Review: Denmon & Denmon Law
Denmon & Denmon Law918 W. Kennedy Blvd, tampa, Florida USA
Denmon & Denmon Law Beware- They will drain the retainer with emails internally and charge hundreds just to setup the account Tampa Florida
*Author of original report: Inept counsel
*Author of original report: Denmon & Denmon Law,,
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Rip-Off,, they charged me 230$ just to set the account up, the contract never mentioned a secritarial fee of 230 and hour. Also they send Emails internally and charge to read them and send em off,. I was told in the beginnning prior to giving a retainer, that the case was a simple c/s case and should only take a few hours to resolve, Now 3 months later, after eating my retainer I was told that I did not have a case and that my retainer is nonrefundable, even though the contract does not state Non-Refundable,,. And ethical Attorney would return and un-earned fee,, and its nearly $1,000.00,
So they emailed each other made a couple calls got 1 email from her attorney and desided the case could not go my way. An onest firm could have told me that from the initial phone conversation, not lead me on just to TAKE an unearned retainer. stay away from these guys, conversations on the phone were condescending and argumentative.
They are out for the Money, not out to help the client.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/07/2013 06:07 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Denmon-Denmon-Law/tampa-Florida-33606/Denmon-Denmon-Law-Beware-They-will-drain-the-retainer-with-emails-internally-and-char-1048958. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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