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Posted by Melissa
Recently my family and I retained Ken Levine and his wonderful law firm to represent my son concerning a terrible injury suffered at birth. This was my first experience with a lawyer and i did not know what to expect. Ken and his office treated me and my family with such kindness and respect. Ken is a warm and caring person to his clients but was a tough fighter for us when it counted in the courtroom. Ken has tremendous medical knowledge and so much legal experience. Ken and his firm walked us through the entire case, told us what to expect and was always correct. Our case was settled prior to the trial and we now have the money we need to care for my son. I cannot thank Ken and his staff enough. I highly recommend him to anyone that needs a medical malpractice lawyer. You will not find a better lawyer or a better person.
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