Posted by Dusti
I hired this attorney because he was suppose to be one of the best and a fighter, but I found that he was interested in my money only. He charged me $500 for having a black box removed from a car that was all ready removed from impound and destroyed by the owner. Yet, he learned about it months later after my father had figured out that the car was gone. He wanted to do things his way and would not respect my wishes. He finally dropped me as a client after I refused to pay an additional $3,000 for "his" expert instead of using my own, who was one of the best in the state. He insisted on receiving his money before he went on vacation with his teenage kids and wife. Right before he left on vacation, he called and dropped me as his client because he didn't get the money. If your not up for murder, don't use this guy! hes at the end of his care and has a young family so he is willing to take your money and use short cuts.
Posted by Donna
I believe that Kirk is the most honorable attorney that I've ever consulted and hired.
Posted by Pete
I've used Kirk twice. Both times the DA's office were clinging on with no witnesses. The DA dragged the case out in hopes to run me out of money. Kirk makes a deal for a set price and never asks for more. He cleans up the case to the last detail. No matter how long it takes.
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Mcallister is the most knowledgeable, kind, caring, and MEANEST ATTY in the courtroom. He will mess up the opposition no matter who is sitting in that chair. The intricacies of law that this man knows and uses for his clients are innumerable, and he is the best in this area. If you're lucky enough that he takes your case, know that you are in the hands of a master jedi of the legal arts. He is a little busy at times, and he may not get back to you right away if there isn't an urgent need, but that is all made up with his trustworthiness and knowledge. I am proud to be the first to review him here, but its not even necessary; anyone who knows this man and his reputation will obviously try to get his counsel first.