- Report: #759910
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Complaint Review: Foster and Foster Law Firm
Foster and Foster Law Firm601 E. MCBEE Ave, Suite 104 Greenville, South Carolina United States of America
Foster and Foster Law Firm Joe G. Armstrong LAZY Attorney Joe Armstrong took case and then did NOTHING during discovery process to win Greenville, South Carolina
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In fact, anyone considering a legal process should beware of the entire firm as a whole, because when we went to other partners with our concerns and requests, they ignored us. An attorney is suppose to do things during the "discovery process" of a lawsuit which will ultimately be what wins the case for the client. This attorney Joe Armstrong did nothing, not one deposition, not one phone call or letter to potential witnesses, and did not fully review all the evidence we had given him.
We were not warned that these actions were not being done during the ligation process because we trusted Mr. Armstrong was doing his job. Needless to say we lost our lawsuit. Do not ever trust your lawsuit with Foster & Foster Law Firm and I repeat Joe G. Armstrong should absolutely not be trusted, if you are interested in winning a lawsuit in the state of South Carolina.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/02/2011 03:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Foster-and-Foster-Law-Firm/Greenville-South-Carolina-29601/Foster-and-Foster-Law-Firm-Joe-G-Armstrong-LAZY-Attorney-Joe-Armstrong-took-case-a-759910. 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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