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Referred to Gary Apps through employee benefits of LegalAccess and LifeMatters. When Gary answered the telephone, he was in line in a grocery store in the middle of the afternoon and rudely finished his grocery checkout with me on the telephone instead of calling me back. He then rudely barked a few questions at me, constantly talked over me, was very condescending, and refused to listen to the facts of the case. Despite telling him the crux of the issues at dispute, he interrupted such that I could not even give him the most critical information. He bluntly told me that he would not take the case and to call LegalAccess to go get some other attorney. I suggest that anyone go to another attorney and certainly not Gary Apps. He didn't seem knowledgeable, but more so didn't seem interested in even listening to my description of the case. Very bad lawyer.
I have worked with Gary for 10 years. He is a constant professional. He has managed properties, handled evictions, and then collected past due funds. As it related to real-estate Gary can run the process from cradle to grave. He is very realistic with expectations and outcomes and has only charged me when a case truly had merit. While he is a gifted attorney he lacks the arrogance and ego-centric attributes I find in many attorneys. His focus on charity and the well being of others is refreshing, we need more attorneys like Gary.
He was very honest with me and helped me win my "eviction" case. My landlord was a creep and Gary was very knowledgeable about the landlord-tenant laws. I would and HAVE referred him to many people. I actually need to contact him again for advice, thus how I found this page.