Back in 2006, I went to Mr. Randall for a consultation regarding a bankruptcy. I told him that I wanted to file bankruptcy for my student loans. He said okay and I paid him $500.00 that same day. He called me a few days later and told me that he discovered that I cannot included my loans in the bankruptcy. He stated that he already filed my bankruptcy and that he would represent me for free. I told him no thanks, and that I did not feel comfortable taking anything that I did not pay for. He then mailed me a check for $500.00. I never saw or spoke to this man again. Fast forward to 2014. I am now in the process of re-building my credit, and to my surprise, a bankruptcy that I never had is on my credit report. The credit agencies will not remove it. I called Mr. Randall a few weeks ago, he never returned my call. So now, a bankruptcy that I never went to court for has sucked 100 points of life out of my credit report all thanks to an incompetent, retarded attorney who I have NO CLUE as to how he passed the bar exam. They must has a picture test. From what I’ve been told, I’m past the staute of limitations to sue him for malpractice. I really believe that he never made me aware of the consequences of his error because of his fear of me suing. My advice: Stay away from any attorney who works from out of his home! If the attorney can’t afford an office suite–there’s a reason for that.
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