Based on 4 reviews
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I had to go to court to fire him. He will not return original documents. He will not account for his work or billed time.
I have a very negative opinion of him and his work ethic as a lawyer.
Over a six+ month period while Brock was retained by me, him/his office called a total of 4 times. When I asked for additional copies of case paperwork from him/his office I never received them and kept getting the same response of, "We already sent them." When I tried to explain my concerns with his strategy and the way he handles his clients, Brock would talk over me, as though he thinks he is superior, very condescending. Prides himself on representing Veterans yet when given a case of discrimination based on a Veteran status, he provides a very weak defense, almost intimidated by the prosecutor. If your looking for representation to fight tooth and nail for you, this is NOT the man.
He represented my case quite well, achieving the best possible resolution of having the charges completely dropped, despite odds and circumstances. He kept in contact with me to let me know the details of what was going on, what to expect, and he helped ease my mind whilst wading through the red tape and confusion. He knew the appropriate people within the court jurisdiction to speak with, and I felt that my case was in good hands.
This man took a defeatist attitdue with my case. He was more worried about his own reputation within the legal community than the future and circumstances of his client. He is too busy being intimidated and bowing to the prosecutor. And when the trial is over he won't give you the time of day saying "our aasociation ended the day of the trial." how common is that?.. becuase in my case there was abuse on the part of my local police which he stated was a crime, yet he refused to speak with the sergeant on my behalf.