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Posted by a Employment client, Flag
I paid her $350 for a consultation, which I was told would be an hour but was only half and hour and it was a complete waste of time and money. She did not even know basic federal employment law. I was so mad about the money I paid for her advice, but knowing she lost her nice office in first federal plaza and was sanctioned for being incompetent and unethical, makes me smile :). I am glad that I only lost $350
Posted by a client, Flag
Ms. Agola became suspended during the course of my case. She failed to inform me in time and now my case is in jeopardy. I paid her a fairly large sum of money, and now she cannot complete her duties, and will not even return my calls. For someone who is suppose to be helping people, she sure does more damage.
Posted by a Civil Rights client, Flag
Any attorney who is more interested in getting paid than in what is best for their client, should reconsider their chosen profession. She wanted me to accept a settlement that stipulated that I could never work for the respondent in any shape or way ever. I could not work for their affiliates, partners or associates now or in the future. Should I discover that I was working for one of the respondents associates, partners or affiliates, I would agree to quit or allow the company to fire me. I declined the settlement because no one can predict the future. The representative for EEOC said the same thing. He did not recommend accepting a settlement with those conditions.