in the initial consult I was pretty sure I was choosing a good lawyer to represent me. But I'm afraid my case was just too difficult or complicated for them to be able to do anything with. It felt like once they realized they had my business (I agreed to 33% even if I fired them 10 minutes after hiring them) they assured me that once the time came they would be able to represent me to the fullest, but they just made everything overly simple. It was too much effort to even submit my wage information to the insurance company to prove what my wages were and how much money I was entitled to after being forced into changing careers. Chris Elliott just couldn't figure out a good way to present my case, I think it was one of his first cases. Terrible job, but they did do a great job of spamming google with awesome reviews.