Posted by Rose
I was at a very low point of my life when I got terminated from a very popular and huge financial institution. I was dealing with major health issues combined with my livelihood being taken from me. Upon my first conversation with Chris, I felt an immediate connection. He not only showed an interest in me but listened to the facts of my case. When I met Chris in person at his office, he was very polite and professional. I think what impressed me the most was his sincere interest in me and how I had been treated by this Company. He looked online and shared with me the labor laws pertaining to my case due to a wrongful termination. Chris explained the legalities of which I was entitled to and explained with a lot of detail what could be ahead of me. He shared with me the anticipated window of time that my case could more than likely take. He provided with me the choices I could/would be presented with as time would take over in my case. Chris always handled my office visits professionally and always offered me coffee, water and even something to eat. His office environment was quite comfortable, clean, and orderly. ......I was a 57 woman with health issues when I lost my job. In all honesty, this was not the sort of retirement I looked forward to after 40 years of working. However, I wouldn't wish this experience on anyone, but if some type of similarities are being experienced........Chris Leclerc is the attorney to talk to first!!!!!! You will get a truly honest response to any questions!
Posted by a Civil Rights client
I wrote to 200 attorneys/law firms to represent my case. Most were busy or asking for upfront fees to pursue my case. He believed and delivered the efforts and this resulted in my victory from all sides of case. I feel regained my dignity and belief in judicial system to live and let live.