"The judge said from the bench that Cellino & Barnes had a 'reputation for stealing clients.' He found that Schaffer took away Letro's client in a case involving a roller coaster accident after Schaffer helped the client get a $90,000 advance from a potential verdict at interest rates the judge found to be 'near usurious.' Schaffer denied any wrongdoing. "They should change the billboards to include the names of some of the quacks to whom they refer clients.
Call eight five four, twentee twenteeeeeeeee. Told you it was big, and I told you there wouldn't be a wet eye in the house. A place featuring collages of settlement and verdict checks in the waiting room. Couldn't happen to a nicer firm. I do feel bad for the innocent individuals who work there and aren't guilty of any malfeasance, however.