This letter is to thank you for representing me. Without your hard work, I would not have won my case with the Labor Department. At my hearing on August 28, 2003 in Atlanta, GA, you defended me so well. I am so happy that you were able to prove I did not abandon my work place as the Labor Department accused me. My doctor had never released me to return to work. On my own, I did not know how to deal with this matter and I knew I would need an attorney.
In searching for an attorney to represent me, my son-in-law found your web site. I read the testimonials of several clients and after searching other web sites, I’m glad I decided to contact you. I was represented so well at my hearing. You have been careful to cover everything with me and prepare me for what was to happen next.
It is my pleasure to recommend you to anyone who needs an attorney to represent him or her with a Federal OWCP claim. Since my OWCP checks were abruptly stopped in August, 2002 without warning and without just cause, I desperately needed legal advise and help in getting the decision made by the Labor Dept. overturned. I believe that if a change can be made in the Labor Department’s decisions, you can cause it to happen.