Caring, intelligent, diligent and well versed in litigation related to debt collection and harassment
Amy is extremely caring, intelligent, diligent and well versed in litigation related to debt collection and harassment. She worked with me for over a year to settle a case and at every step of the way from initial consultation to deposition and lastly settlement discussions I felt that I was in good hands and was working with someone who always went above and beyond. Amy was always available via email and cell – which I why I am a little surprised to see comments that she was unresponsive. This is simply not the case at all, and I always found Amy to be extremely proactive with keeping me in the loop on findings and key conversations along her own research and how it could benefit my case. Most of all, Amy put me at ease. It’s not fun to be served with a lawsuit, nor receive several calls from debt collectors at one’s home and business. Amy was there to walk me through every step of the process. I would highly recommend Amy to anyone looking for the same guidance.
responsible, reliable and committed
My initial meeting with Amy Kleinpeter left me feeling that I had met with a
caring, informed and dedicated attorney. She graciously gave me a huge
amount of valuable information much of which left me feeling some relief
and a clearer perspective on debt collections/collectors. She answered every question and advised me not to second guess myself in thinking
ANY question was unimportant. She returned my calls and emails promptly. She kept me updated on situations as soon as she received
any news. Amy helped me in keeping a positive and responsible focus
where I found I could've been very self-judgmental.
I hired this lawyer about three months ago and I've only heard from her about two times concerning my case. I'm very dissaponted as to how my case has been handled. This case was very serious and I trusted her to get the job done. I don't know what to do at this time. I've tried calling, and sending emails to the attorney and as of today she has yet to contact me. I've even asked her to withdraw from the case so that I may seek other help. It's like she has dropped from the face of the earth.
Response from Amy Clark April 9, 2019
Unfortunately I have no idea who you are. It is possible you were a potential client who's claims I was reviewing and I apologize that you felt ignored. 2015 I was out for a disability and working very few hours but it is never my intention to make anyone feel ignored. I hope you found an attorney to take your perspective claims.
No Bite, No Results, I'm On My Own Again
When I came to her with my case, she was intrigued and thought we had a winner. A few months later, I saw the first communications she sent to the would-be plaintiff. I was happy to receive copies of the letters she sent them. She sounded tough and determined. The deadlines she gave them to settle came and went. They spoke with her over telephone and calmed her down. Over 6 months after their settlement "deadline" passed, my attempts to get a status from her were finally successful when she called me and informed me that if I still wanted to pursue a case against them, I could go to small claims court alone, but that she was done serving as my counsel. She said it would be difficult for her to recover her costs and she would have to write it off. Over a year had passed since I first hired her and now I'm serving as my own lawyer in the matter. Hopefully I have better results without her. I know the plaintiff will not passify me so easily.
Response from Amy Clark April 9, 2019
I am sorry you did not trust my judgment on the facts of your case. I hope that you found a satisfactory resolution to your issue. It is always frustrating when the law does not cover all inequities.