It started out early one morning. Before 8:30, you called the house because I left a message that I needed to talk to an attorney and I wanted to see an attorney.
I didn’t expect you to call back. I expected to talk to your secretary but you called me back. After some discussion about the case and everything, you told me that you’ll make a few phone calls and that you’ll call me later in the day. At that time, you would be able to tell me whether or not you could help me because you were afraid that you wouldn’t be able to.
A few minutes afternoon, the phone rings, and it’s you, and you said that you’d made a phone call and that you would be able to take the case. It was as if a weight was lifted off of my shoulders because this has been bothering me so long. You made arrangements for us to come into your office, and we sat down and talked, got acquainted. I was thrilled that you were Christian because we’re Christians.
I just felt the sense of relief and for the first time in years, I knew something was going to be done, and it was going to be done efficiently in the what that it should be, professionally. You said that you would have an answer for us within about a month. You pretty much were on the spot with your prediction.
All the conversations with the office, Clara, your secretary, calling her or sending in, that she would request something or emails back and forth or that sort of thing. In all the interactions with your company, your staff has been just wonderful, and they went out of their way to help us just as you have. I think that comes from the head of the organization. It goes down. I think that you would be a very difficult person to work for because you would be demanding, because you’re demanding on yourself. I just thank God that we were able to find you and be able to use you as an attorney.
It’s such a sense of relief. Now, I can go about getting on with my life. This was going to be done. I can’t thank you enough for that. We’ve had a rough few years that I did not know whether I … I had no idea that I’d be here now. I think that God’s got other things in store for me.
I just can’t thank you enough and your staff, your company. If there’s anything ever that we can ever do to help someone else find the right attorney, we would be happy to do that.
Jeffery Robinette was admitted to practice law in 1991 and is licensed in all levels of state and federal trial courts in West Virginia. Mr. Robinette is also licensed in all state and federal appeals courts in West Virginia and the United States Supreme Court. As a National Board Certified Trial Attorney who has handled hundreds of motor vehicle, injury, and construction defect claims and a leading author on insurance claims settlement issues and difficulties in West Virginia, Jeff Robinette is uniquely qualified to represent your best interest.