Posted by a Construction client
I hired Stephanie Bolton to take over a construction related lawsuit. She was "johnny on the spot" when it came to picking up the retainer check. After that she did not respond to phone calls or emails or sent me an email when i threatened to fire her, that she would call the next day. As usual she never called. I have filed a complaint with the bar and BBB. stay away from this loser.
Posted by Rick
Stephanie and her staff made a very stressful event in my life so much easier to get through. They were professional but also friendly and easy to talk to. Stephanie and her team were wonderful and I recommend them for all your legal needs.
Posted by Jenn
Handles all my needs quickly and professionally.
Posted by Kim
I've been working with Stephanie for the last 4 years and she is always willing to go above and beyond what's asked of her. She answers her cell phone at all hours of the day. Emails me articles related to my business. She does excellent legal work and cares for my business. In the 10 years I've been in the construction industry we've gone through 4 law firm changes and we're so happy to have found a keeper with Stephanie.
Posted by a Contracts client
While Stephanie talks a good game, she systematically failed to deliver. Her understanding of some basic law seems to be fundamentally flawed, in particular basic contract law. I wish I had known about this before engaging with her.
Further, she had a propensity to make excuses for lack of communication (e.g. "I sent you an email . . . didn't you get it?", "I spoke with you about that, don't you remember?"). While I know that we all get overrun at times, Stephanie appears to have a systemic aversion to staying in touch to an appropriate extent.
I had hoped to have had a better experience in my matter in contrast to the "big" firms I've had experience with--I was mistaken. Stephanie acts like she is a big firm (billing a good deal, not being accessible, taking too long, appearing aloof), without delivering (which at least most "big" firms I've dealt with always do). Truly a fail-fail.