Report: #789233

Complaint Review: Matthew L. McBride

  • Submitted: Sat, October 15, 2011
  • Updated: Mon, October 14, 2013
  • Reported By: Anonymous Client — Arlington Hts Illinois United States of America
  • Matthew L. McBride
    121 S. Wilke Road, Suite 209
    Arlington Heights, Illinois
    United States of America

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Hiring this Attorney is a irreversible mistake! He will review your case, file briefs and motions on your behalf, knowingly using meritless arguments. He will not investigate, research, or argue the sometimes obvious and most important winning issues and constitutional violations with merit. He is deliberately incompetent and ignorate of the law for two reasons. One, after he loses your case or appeal he can milk you for more money appealing your case to the States highest court, U.S District Court, Circuit Courts and even the U.S Supreme Court. After losing in the first court in will indoubtedly lose in the rest of the courts at your expense. They will not even consider the arguments he neglected in the first court, and only pick maybe one of his meritless arguments for the sake dismissing your case. Two, Matthew L. Mcbride is not a good attorney, he want's to make a living and not step on anyones toe's at the Court house. [continued below]....
..... If you are wrongfully charged with a crime, wrongfully lost your case because the Judges, State's Attorneys are clearly wrong with their claims, arguments or decisions. Mcbride will take your money and help them not You. When you spend more money to obtain another attorney to fix the damage Mcbride has done to your case it will be to late to fix. Judges and Courts do not feel sorry for people screwed by their lawyers, there lawyers two! Don't make the mistake of hiring this attorney!
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#1 Consumer Comment

Another Lost Case 2015

AUTHOR: Consumer - (USA)

Baker v. FOREST PRESERVE DIST., 33 NE 3d 745 - Ill: Appellate Court, 1st Dist., 1st Div. 2015  No. 1-14-1157

Todd BAKER, Richard Kirk Cannon, Meryl Squires Cannon, and Wanda Dziopek, Plaintiffs-Appellants,
The FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT OF COOK COUNTY, and BMO Harris Bank, N.A., Defendants-Appellees.

                           May 18, 2015 Rehearing Denied June 12, 2015.

 Matthew L. McBride III, of McBride Law Offices, P.C., of Arlington Heights, for Plaintiffs-Appellants. Appeal questions the statutory authority of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPD) to acquire property in foreclosure by purchasing the mortgage note and subsequently bidding on the property at the foreclosure sale.

Prior Court held in favor of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPD), The Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, First Division. affirms the decision of the circuit court of Cook County. Denying all McBride's arguments.  Lost Case

               Plus a complete waste of Plaintiffs-Appellants time and money.

                             Complete waste of everybodys time

 This is only a published lost cases. Many Lost cases in Illinois go unpublished hidden from the public.


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#2 Consumer Comment

Some of the LOST CASES

AUTHOR: Consumer - ()

Kenneth T. TRUHLAR, Plaintiff-Appellant,
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE, et al., Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit.

       Matthew L. McBride, III (argued), Sneckenberg, Thompson & Brody, LLP, Chicago, IL, for Plaintiff-Appellant.

"Truhlar's hybrid claim cannot withstand summary judgment. The judgment of the district court is AFFIRMED."  Lost Case

Willie JOHNSON, Appellant,
READY MIXED CONCRETE CO., a Nebraska Corporation and division of Lyman-Richey Corporation, a Delaware Corporation, Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

      Matthew L. McBride, (argued), Omaha, NE, for appellant.

"we agree with the district court that the record developed by Johnson is not sufficient to support a finding of intentional race discrimination, and that summary judgment was appropriate." "For the foregoing reasons, the judgment of the district court is affirmed."   Lost Case

UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,
Erin Clemons, Claimant-Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

     Duane C. Dougherty, argued, Omaha, NE (Matthew L. McBride, on the brief), for appellant.

The claimant-appellant, Erin Clemons, appeals the district court's order of forfeiture of her 2000 Dodge Caravan Sport SE, "In this case, both factors support the government's forfeiture of the minivan."  Lost Case


LISA CARROLL, Intervenor
JOHN R. KOCH, Defendant.

United States District Court, D. Nebraska



WARREN K. URBOM Senior, District Judge.


1. the Motion to Quash Subpoena of Matthew L. McBride, filing 197, is granted; and
2. the hearing on the Intervenor's Motion for Issuance of an Order to Show Cause Why Defendant Should not be Held in Contempt of Court, filing 188, is continued to February 2, 2007, at 9:00 a.m.  WOOPS-OUCH
 753 N.W.2d 778
276 Neb. 206

Jennie L. YOUNG and Thomas J. Young, Wife and Husband, Appellees,

Supreme Court of Nebraska.

We conclude that no more than $5,000 can be justified for McBride's services, given the amount at issue, the marginally favorable result obtained, and the uncertainty regarding the amount of McBride's time which was reasonably necessary for the prosecution of the action on the policy, as opposed to the bad faith claim. Accordingly, we modify the attorney fee award by reducing it from $25,000 to $5,000.



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#3 Consumer Comment

No Winning cases published in the Illionois Apellate court's...

AUTHOR: Chicago Illinois - ()

 No Winning cases published in the Illionois Apellate court's for Mcbride Law office (Matthew L Mcbride) since riding on the reputatation of William J. Sneckenberg of Sneckenberg, Thompson & Brody, LLP in Chicago, Illinois a top rated law firm, for a short period of time when belonging to this law firm, they mentioned his name as part of this firm. Leaving or ? for unknown reasons. It would be my opinion he did not Measure of to their standards for an educated polished attorney.

It would also be my be my opinion that any positive reviews of Mathew L Mcbride posted on or anywhere else are fabricated reviews by himself as part of a SuperLawyer Scam or Advertisement Scam. Try finding any of these cases in a published opinion. You can't.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Your throwing Good Money away by using this Attorney

AUTHOR: Client Arlington Heights - (USA)

Don't throw your hard earned money in the trash by hiring this incompetent attorney!
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#5 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Reggie Redbird - (USA)


Posted by a Private Individual on 08/16/11,  1 out of 5.0
I retained Matthew L. Mcbride for Appellate practice services. I found his services completely below standards and he caused irreversible damage to my case. His Appellate brief was not professionally wrote. He lacked knowledge of court rules, Constitutional law. He deliberately declined to argue important claims with merit, all Constitutional violations. He filed a brief on my behalf that he knew would hinder my chances for success. He has no Client loyalty, I would not recommend this attorney.

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In Appellate Practice, Constitutional Law and General Practice

1.0 out of 5.0

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Matthew Mcbride attorney isn't worth the time or the wasted money.
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#6 Author of original report

Mcbride Law Offices Arlington Heights

AUTHOR: Anonymous Client - (United States of America)

Law Office 121 S. Wilke Road. Home address 2610 N. Raleigh St.
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