The paralegal left me in tears. She did not have all of my paperwork. I requested a meeting via phone to clarify what she had and to fill in the gaps. I gave Nii all of the details of my particular case.
She accused me of writing a false review on their law office’s performance, but I did not have all of the facts as to why she decided not to take my case when I wrote the previous review. I have more of them now, but unless she provides them to me in writing, I will not know what they are. I am devasted. I don’t feel good and now I have to find another attorney. When the Stowers demand letter was promised in February, she was unwilling to have a person to person accounting of the paperwork and told me, via email to go somewhere else.
This law firm is unkind, unfair and unethical.
Her email opens like this, “I’m sorry if you feel slighted by our decision, but if you are going to post bad reviews about our firm, you should at least get your facts straight beforehand. The medical records are the problem.”
None of the examples she provided were ever clarified from her. She was missing paperwork. She also mentioned employment records were problematic.
Without evidence, (all of my medical records), which I thought she had-but only piecemeal, she continued, “There is compelling evidence indicating that your back issues existed prior to the accident, and you were attempting to use the accident to recover funds that you were not owed.
As for your grievances and bad reviews, you are entitled to your opinion, but you must report the facts (not your version of the facts). We will return your records at our earliest convenience, and we consider this matter closed. Please feel free to have any agency contact our firm to discuss your grievances. I am more than happy to provide them whatever they need to resolve this matter as quickly as possible.”
She was absolutely difficult and unwilling to work with me.