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  • A
    Affordably Easy Bail Bonds San Diego
    I had no experience with using a bondsman and he felt more like a friend.My son was released quickly and he outlined all the future court dates and locations.The experience as far as experiences go was smooth.Vince was experienced,efficient and confident in his abilities at bond.
    - Carrie Z.
  • A
    Magulac, Dr. Mark
    As always he takes his time to be sure he has all the information about how everything is going/not going. He works out a plan to help improve things with you if they are not going well. Since he does take the time with each patient to really check on how he/she is doing he does run behind on time and we do usually have to wait,however, I know he will take as long as needed with us to be sure my son is doing well.
    - Melissa M.
  • A
    Psychiatric Centers San Diego
    My problem is that they charge me for missed appointments.  I have a friend in the office who says Dr.Patel wouldn,t personally charge me but their computer never misses a lick.
    - Sharon E.
  • A
    Sokoloff, Jillian
    I have been seeing Jillian for about a year and half now. She has been an excellent counselor:) She is very understanding and tries to give practical exercises and ideas on how to improve your life and deal with difficult issues. I have seen other counselors in the past and she is "by far" the best counselor I have seen. She has listened to the issues I am dealing with and given me constructive advise on things I can do to get past these "issues". Unlike other counselors I seen in the past, she gives suggestions and really listens to what I have to say, without trying to "dictate" what changes I need to make in my life. She has a very caring and compassionate personality.
    - Michael P.
  • A
    Kimberly Sandstrom, Marriage&Family Therapist Int
    She is professional. There's no difficulty in making appointments.  She doesn't appear to have an actual office in this space; we meet in a kid's playroom.  Her communication is excellent.  There is noticeable improvement.  She flexed quite a bit to make arrangements for payment. 
    - Edward N.
  • A
    Lawrence, Dr. Lorraine
    She is very compassionate, very honest. She is familiar with the varieties of issues that one might go to her for. I would recommend her to others. She is friendly and she calls you back right away.
    - Gary C.
  • A
    The Law Offices Of Sean M. Cleary
    I was rear ended on the freeway. I did not have a lot of damages, approximately $3k. I had a hard time finding an attorney to represent me. Insurance company was refusing to pay medical bills and lost wages. Had an initial consultation with Sean Cleary, he took my case and helped me settle it in court.
    - Ryan I.
  • F
    United Health Care
    A litany of errors and miscommunication is why I do not take insurance. (1) Sent request for information to the wrong provider...used Tax ID# to pull up wrong provider.  (2) The request for information included a toll free number no longer in service.  (3) When I finally reached someone, they were in India and I had great difficulty understanding their English. The "ALERT Clinical Team" person I spoke with had very little understanding of claims processing. (4) These "Alert Clinical Team members" do not have the necessary training or licensure to make medical decisions. Also, you are authorizing the disclosure of very personal information to clerks and other nonprofessionals without any assurances of  protecting your confidentiality. How many professional and business laws  insuring confidentiality do you think the Country of India has?
    - Thomas H.
  • F
    Donald R. Holben & Associates
    Mr. Andrew A. Rosenberry is with Donald R. Holben Associates, 5030 Camino De La Siesta, Suite 350, San Diego, CA 92108.  Mr. Holben assigned him to represent me in my age discrimination case. According to Rule 3-110 of The State Bar of California, if the attorney does not have sufficient learning and skill when the legal service is provided, he/she is required to do the research to acquire sufficient learning and skill before performance is undertaken.   Mr. A. A. Rosenberry violated this rule: He first filed a lawsuit and charged me over $15,000. Then for over $800.- he did the research leading him to learn and understand, that the lawsuit he filed was potentially malicious and had to be dropped.  Obviously enough he knew full well, that if he had done the research first, he could have charged me over $15,000 less. As per Rule 3-500 of The State Bar of California the attorney shall keep a client promptly and reasonably informed about significant developments relating to the case.  On February 24, 2014 Mr. Rosenberry was already fully aware of the schedule of the mediation ordered by the Court.  He gave me a mere 65 min. notice over the telephone on Apr. 9, 2014, on the day of mediation.  In the San Diego rush hour I barely managed to arrive on time to the mediation, and needless to say, completely unprepared.  As he yanked me out of my workplace, I showed up looking like the proverbial ?mad scientist?. During the mediation it also became obvious, that he, too, came totally unprepared, and I would have been better off without him present.  He nevertheless charged me the full amount of over $4000.- for his ?services?. According to Rule 3-510 of The State Bar of California, the attorney shall promptly communicate to his/her client any written offer of settlement made by the opposing counsel.  Mr. A. A. Rosenberry received a written offer of settlement from the opposing lawyer on April 14, 2014.  Instead of promptly communicating the offer to me, he engaged in a lengthy, expensive, meaningless and leading to nowhere negotiation with the opposing lawyer that cost me several thousand dollars.  After fleecing my Retainer Account for a month, he finally did present the offer to me on May 14, 2014. All of the above has happened with Mr. Donald R. Holben?s knowledge and approval.  With this kind of ?legal representation? I had no choice but to agree to a very unfavorable settlement to avoid a financial disaster.
    - Laszlo T.
  • F
    Jewish Family Service of San Diego
    This was one of the most ridiculous worthless rigamaroles I have ever experienced. On the recommendation of friend, I called JFS, and told them that I was new to the area, and having difficulty finding a desperately-needed therapist. I was assured repeatedly that I had come to the right place, but had to endure TWO phone interviews before I was scheduled for an obligatory orientation which was required before any actual services could be discussed. All of the information I had divulged and discussed at length during my two prior phone "interviews" seemed to have been lost in the shuffle, leading me to believe that the time I spent during those interviews was a total waste of my time and did nothing other than serve to delay my actually being able to potentially get some help. The focus of the orientation (and the focus of the may services JFS offers) seems to be financial assistance for those desperately in need. This is a very admirable goal, and it sounds as though they do it well. However, I was required to sit thru a lengthy orientation dealing almost exclusively with these services, which had nothing to do with the services I was seeking. Finally, I was allowed to see a counselor, who listened to my story (again), and then told me that they had no counselors available to help me, nor could make no referrals. Throughout this process, I was treated in that smarmy condescending way that so many people in the "helping professions" speak to those in need, and it was insulting and offensive. As was the fact that, despite the lenghty, cumbersome process I was forced to endure only to be told that JFS could be of absolutely no help to me, I was constantly reassured that I had come to the right place and they were glad that I had reached out to them. The whole experience was really offensive and left a very bad taste in my mouth toward this organization that purports to be so many things and is actually so little. If the only real assistance they can offer is in terms of financial crisis management, then they have no business soliciting clients and making hollow promises of other types of services that they actually cannot provide.
    - Debbi B.
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