D.S.

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I am thrilled I selected Mogab & Hughes Attorneys, P.C. to handle my case. David Hughes, my attorney, helped me through a difficult situation. He treated me not as a client but as a friend who I could trust to look out for my best interest. At the start of the case I was so overwhelmed I called David a lot. He was always available to take my calls. He returned my call the same day if he was out of the office. That amazed me! Being able to reach him so quickly helped to ease my anxiety.

Another amazing fact, David kept me informed with the progression of my case with all the details. I am very satisfied with the results he accomplished in fighting for me.
Thank You David, my friend!

D.S.
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