I paid them a retainer up-front to get started. And without ever having a conversation with them, they burned through most of it.
I don't mind paying something for document review and a discussion, but all Keiter did was glance at some documents. Didn't provide any legal advice.
We gave them a chance to make it right, but they insisted on keeping the money. So that's why I'm letting everyone know in this review. If you care about reputation, take care of your customers. Even negative reviews can be turned around.
We all make mistakes-- but sometimes, like here, it's intentional and they prefer money or morals. I never even got to talk to this lawyer about the case once. So I'd say the value was pretty low.
Not looking for a free consultation, but if you don't actually start and we don't even get to discuss the case, why pocket the money?
Even if the client was completely wrong and a jerk, is it really worth ruining your reputation from having the client tell everyone what you did to them?