Frederick D.

Susan,

I want to sincerely thank you for your excellent representation on my behalf. I thank you for your time, effort, persistence, commitment and remarkable expertise. Before you became involved in my case, I was undeniably, for lack of a better word, screwed. You took control of the case, the facts and invested in me and my family. 

I know I could not have done it without you considering my financial circumstances yet you agreed to stand with me. I will continue to honor the financial agreement that we made until it is satisfied. Knowing what I was up against, I can confidently say because of YOU, a reasonable future for me and my family has been secure. 

I am eternally grateful to you and your amazing staff. May the good lord bless you and continue to bless you in all of your endeavors. Thank you...

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