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"Great job ,Thanks"
-- Edward (2011-03-23)
"I think this is among the most important information for me. And i'm glad reading your article. But want to remark on few general things, The site style is perfect, the articles is really excellent : D. Good job, cheers"
-- Jenine Schan (2011-02-12)
"We are a group of volunteers and opening a new scheme in our community. Your web site provided us with valuable info to work on. You've done a formidable job and our whole community will be thankful to you."
-- Serafina Avitia (2011-02-12)
"I just wanted to drop you good folks at Lawyers and Settlements a note to advise that I have successfully received my first edition of Lawyers and Settlements-Emerging Issues. I am so pleased to be subscribed to your service. It has been so very helpful and informative. Thank you again and warmest regards as always."
-- William C. Reynolds (2011-02-05)
"Great article about my Dad, Brenda! We're very proud of him!"
-- anon (2011-01-10)
Just a quick line to say I got the time to read what you wrote. It is very impressive. You are definitely a good writer. I hope that it is helpful to someone. Have a nice Thanksgiving."
-- James (2010-11-24)
"Jane, this is wonderful. Thanks so much!"
-- Dave Pardo (2010-11-09)
I just re-read the article and saw that you did have Johnson and Johnson in there. Scratch my last sentence in my previous email about not putting Johnson and Johnson in the article. Thanks again for your hard work on this article. It will go a long way with Levaquin advocacy.
-- John (2010-11-01)
WOW you are GOOD! Thank you so much! Come to California and I will take you to lunch (or since we both like cooking - I will make a meal for you). Beautifully written!"
-- Jannise Wilkins (2010-10-13)
"Great article Jane!"
-- Yasmin Davidds (2010-10-06)
"You did a great job of publishing my story. Straight and to the point that's the way I like it. I appreciate it so much. Maybe my granddaughter will start to understand that I was a very sick woman while taking Wellbutrin and come around. Have a good day. And thanks again.
-- Anita Murray Cook (2010-09-22)
I read the article you wrote about Charlie, I like. Thanks for keeping my name out of it. You have the facts listed in a flowing order, I mean you did not expand on what I said or take it out of order. You wrote exactly with I said and reported it in the order that I gave it to you. That is cool to the N th degree. I must admit that I was a little nervous about the interview, you proved to be a very capable reporter, one that was focused on the truth, and tempered with compassion. You have my vote for reporter of the year . If you need any further information or if I can be of help again, you know the number, and I am at your disposal.
With respect from afar,"
-- Charlie (2010-08-13)
Excellent article on the push to change maritime laws to protect oil rig workers like those killed in the BP explosion.
I saw a segment on CNN (much too short) where an attorney explained that all the deceased worker's family can collect is after tax lost wages: This does not even pay attorney fees. That is a disgusting, elitest law designed to place corporate tortfeasors above the law.
It is little wonder that BP didn't even send a condolence to the families and why BP later referred to thousands devastated by their negligence as the "little people".
Keep up the excellent work."
-- Lana from California (2010-06-17)
"Jane, I read the article today after a swim. Thank you for writing a well written piece."
-- Maribeth (2010-01-26)
Thank you. I guess I am so tired that I do not even know how to use the computer today. I read the article and it is great. Thank you for caring enough to write it and also for being so true to what I said. It is special people like you that keep this world running and give people like me hope that someone actually cares.
Bless you and your family and thanks again,"
-- Lisa (2010-01-08)
Hope it helps others."
-- Liz (2010-01-06)
Thank you for your reports on chinese drywall; it is very helpful! My concern is knowing that the home is free of toxic drywall before I purchase a home: Is there any way to test for chinese drywall BEFORE we sign an offer of purchase?
Need preemptive help in California"
-- anonymous (2009-12-03)
"Jane, you helped me in 2007 regarding the Maximus case. Right after you
interviewed me, about 20 attorneys called. I selected one lawyer based in
Texas who had a lead in California. Now my case is very strong and it is
being argued back and forth whether it will be a class action lawsuit
presented at the federal or state level. I am the lead plaintiff. I always
think about you; if it wasn't for you I would never have gotten an attorney
in 2007. And now so many cases are being pursued after my case became
My case number is BC381220 assigned to Judge Jane Johnson in Los Angeles,
filed Nov 26, 2007. We could have already settled but Maximus tried to file
bankruptcy. I always read that article you wrote about me and tell people,
'Jane wrote this case so well' and I am so happy to communicate with you
again. My lawyer, Gary Gibbons, said the article was great and they get a
lot of clients through LawyersandSettlements.com
Maximus Corporation: Unpaid Overtime Violations and Wrongful Dismissal Charges"
-- Blanco Alonzo (2009-11-23)
"It's all correct and thanks for your help. I hope others will file against
Knauf before it's too late."
-- Sherolyn (2009-11-22)
"HI Jane. I just wanted to thank you for putting my story on LawyersandSettlements. If a lawyer happens to take the case, I'll remember you."
-- (Steve, asbestos exposure on the Independence) (2009-11-12)