- Report: #268360
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Complaint Review: Timothy Crocker, Attorney
Timothy Crocker, Attorney1026 College St., 202 Bancorp South Bldg Milan, Tennessee U.S.A.
Timothy Crocker, Attorney Tim Crocker was asked to make settlment offers & file contempts, he never did. He takes your money then takes no action to help you. Ripoff Milan Tennessee
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His firm was asked to file contempts for parenting and property issues they, but never filed. He was asked several times to make settlement offers. He never did. Crocker & Carter give a quote then overcharge> They consume your advance money quickly, then wait for months & months, send you a huge bill and demand payment within 3 days "or else" they threaten to quit at tomorrow's hearing and "tell the buddy the judge" to clobber you and file leins against the very property you've paid him to protect for you.
His firm has alot of turnover, is very unprofessional and will cost you money. Not only will losses pile up for fees, your time, energy and property will dissappear also. He can be seen laughing with opposing counsel after he gets kicked around in the courtroom.
Seeking good attorney with strong history of winning malpractice suits. This is a $500,000 to 1million cause.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/17/2007 06:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Timothy-Crocker-Attorney/Milan-Tennessee-38358/Timothy-Crocker-Attorney-Tim-Crocker-was-asked-to-make-settlment-offers-file-contempts-268360. 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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