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I would like to take this opportunity to thank the law offices of Stephanie Lake and attorney Joseph Duerst for representing me in my disability case which also had a very good outcome. These remarkable people gave me hope and confidence as well as help to ease my tensions and anxiety. A well-deserved Thank You is in order!
Charles Grob, 8/14/13Phoenix, AZ
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