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Barbara Loevy’s client reviews

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  • Ms. Loevy is the best

    5.0 stars

    Posted by Deborah

    My chapter 7 case was recently discharged. Ms. Loevy was professional, very caring, and tenacious
    in all aspects of representation. She always responded quickly to my questions and kept me informed at every stage of the process. She is the best you can get. I trust her and would recommend her to anyone who may be considering filing bankruptcy.

  • Very rude Customer service

    1.0 star

    Posted by a Social Security client

    I was recommended to Barbara Loevy from another attorney. I am 41 years old and have worked all of my adult life. In the past two years i've been in and out of ambulances and Memphis emergency rooms over a dozen times. Due to grand-mal seizures and sholder dislocations due to the seizures. My most recent seizure resulted in my siezing while driving, flipping my car and waking up in a hospital. Although I am still young, my body and emotional state feels defeated. I cant pay any bills (Hospital, MLGW, Food, Child support, ect).. and every day I fall furthur behind. Now, to make matters worse, my best friend.."my mother" just passed and I'm lost and falling fast. Pulling myself together, I called the office of Barbara R. Loevy to ask for assistance in fighting for my social security. I was greeted with extremly rude individuals who said "I dont think Barbara wants your case, I suggest you flip trough the yellow pages and find another lawyer" I then asked is there any way I can speak to Ms. Loevy myself. The individual told me no. I then asked the individual for her name so because I always document who I speak with. She told me no! Then hung up the phone. I'm sure, or I hope Attorney Loevy is not aware of the lack of customer service and sensetivity her employees show. This is an example of kicking a person when there down from a firm that is suppose to help. I plan to continue to try to contact this attorney, not to help with my case, but to inform her of exactly how I was treated when I asked her office for help