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65 South Front Street, Columbus OH 43215-3431
Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementMr. Mitchel Luxenburg, Owner
Attorneys & Lawyers Attorneys & Lawyers - Consumer Fraud Attorneys & Lawyers - Traffic Law Attorneys & Lawyers - Lemon law
23875 Commerce Park, Suite 105
Beachwood, OH 44122 (877) 846-1209 (216) 452-9301 Directions
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|Negative Review||1 point per review|
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Complaint: This lawyer did not follow thorugh on my case I had to finish the business that I hired him for. When I asked for a partial refund ***** justified his actions as agreed upon up front. I have the emails to show what we agreed on and what was done.
Desired Settlement: I would like a 50% refund.
Business Response: Our firm was retained to represent this consumer in a traffic ticket case. Prior to retaining our firm, this consumer hired another lawyer to handle the same matter for him, however then terminated her services when he realized we were less expensive and believed the other attorney was overcharging. This consumer was driven by getting the lowest possible price for this service, and seemingly is trying get the price even lower now that the service has been performed. As discussed and agreed to at the time of retention, our firm filed a plea of "not guilty" on behalf of the client. We then appeared by telephone for a pretrial on this case. The court was initially unwilling to negotiate the lessor offense that was desired, however, our firm was able to negotiate the deal on behalf of client. Our firm then forwarded the necessary paperwork and payment to the court for the client to post a bond. Throughout the case, our firm kept the client abreast of the status. The only issue remaining was for the final paperwork from the prosecutor, which did not arrive as fast as the customer wanted. In this court the prosecutor's office does not issue paperwork immediately. Eventually, the client called the court several times and eventually called the prosecutor, which did not help the consumer get a better or different result, only to get his paperwork finalized sooner - which also makes it appear on his driving record sooner. Our firm offered a price to this consumer that reflected a not only a discount, but the fact that it would be taken care of through paperwork and telephone. At no time did this firm represent to the client anything different. The final paperwork was going to have to be signed by the client regardless, and the only thing he did was save us time in forwarding it to him, which we would have easily done as soon as the paperwork arrived from the prosecutor. Whereas the bond was already posted with the court and the matter resolved, our firm obtained the results asked for by the client and our firm did all that was promised. We will not be issuing a refund.
Business Response: We stand by our original position and no offer of settlement will be made. We offered a service, offered a discount, provided the service with the outcome the client was expecting. Again, the client's only issue is that he called the clerk for the paperwork to be sent to him sooner, as opposed to waiting for the normal course of the court to mail it out. No time from promised to the client on the paperwork and the result achieved was the direct result of the efforts of our firm. The client is expecting a refund simply because the document was mailed by the court instead of us. He would have had to sign it and mail it to the court anyways. Per his notes, he called the court several times for the papers - the only thing the client accomplished was getting himself worked up. Our firm handles hundreds of traffic cases each year. We follow the same procedure on every case we handle with amazing results for our clients. We stand by our actions, and the amazing results we obtained for this client. No offer of a refund is being submitted and we consider the matter closed.
I was charged a bond on june 28. Two weeks later on July 9 I was asking for final paperwork showing that the case was closed. The emails start on July 9. I was also never given a formal reciept. All I can provide is an email from the attorney accpeting being hired and what the fee was along with a credit card posting of the fee showing I was charged. The attachments aren't working. When I hit the ok button to sent the message the attchments dissapear.