|Eccleston Law Offices|
|Eccleston Law Offices PC False Advertising, Fear Mongering, False Information, Unhinged Blogs Chicago, Illinois |
|22nd of Jun, 2011 by User400965 |
|Eccleston Law firm and James Eccleston in particular use the lowest kind of tactics to get clients. They use the internet to post lies and innuendo about good companies so their customers will call him to see what's wrong. When you call them they try to pry personal and confidential information out of you for who knows what purpose, then they want you to pay a fee of $1,500 plus any future travel costs. I've watched this company operate and I'm amazed he hasn't been shut down by the Illinois Attorney General's office yet. The American Bar Association needs to investigate the legalities of his company's unethical and dishonest methods. If you see one of his "come ons" to get you to call his office over some falsified accusation about a company you know, run as fast as you can the other way. His company treats clients like nothing more than a meal ticket. There are honest lawyers that operate with integrity available to help you, you just won't find them at Eccleston Law Offices.|
|Eccleston Law has over 50 years of experience and has received the highest honors for integrity and honesty. See below.|
We are honest lawyers typically working on contingency fee based upon results in trying to help victimized investors. Our situation is far different than that of some brokerage firms, for example, David Lerner Associates, which recently had to appear before a FINRA disciplinary hearing over charges that it had billed excessive commissions to investors buying and selling bonds.
Sometimes the truth hurts, and it seems that one or more of our blog posts, arbitration or class action complaints have struck a nerve. The firm does not post (and has not posted) any lies, half-truths, or innuendo about any of the targets of our investigations or potential defendants (many of whom also have been targeted by securities regulators for violating securities laws or self-regulatory organization rules). The firm takes pride in the manner in which we interface with our prospective and actual clients.
It is true that we need to ask certain questions to prospective clients to determine whether or not they have a viable case. We protect and keep confidential all information provided by clients and also by prospective clients. Although the terms and scope of our representation varies from case-to-case (and always is memorialized in a written engagement letter), we do in some cases ask the investor to bear certain costs and expense, such as filing fees. This practice is common among law firms, and is not unreasonable or unusual. We don’t ask for or require bank account numbers or credit card numbers.
Finally, our attorneys adhere to nothing but the highest ethical standards, including honesty and integrity. In fact, numerous independent attorney rating agencies have evaluated the firm and its attorneys and have given them their highest ratings. For example, the prestigious Martindale-Hubble has bestowed upon James Eccleston the coveted AV® Peer Review Rating (which is the highest possible rating for both integrity and ethics). James Eccleston has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer every year since its inception in 2005. Therefore, any suggestion the firm or its attorneys engage in dishonest or unethical practices is an unfortunate attempt to (unfairly) tarnish the firm’s reputation.
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