This is a letter from before I started using Avvo.com for reviews in 2010:
My name is “Mike T.” When I was in need of an attorney I had no idea who to call. My co-worker told me of Mr. Rick Horowitz. I called Mr. Horowitz, which is probably one of the best decisions I have made thus far in my life.
If you are in need of an attorney that will fight for your rights, keep you informed of your case, then Mr. Horowitz is the attorney to call. I had a hard case. Mr Horowitz worked until he and I were satisfied with the outcome. He has an easy payment plan, works to your advantage so that you will not be strapped to pay back. I never appeared in court. Mr. Horowitz did all that for me. This way I could keep on working as not to interrupt my busy job as a car mechanic.
July 13, 2008
[“Mike T.” is not this client’s real name. Mike was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. The outcome of this case was that he was acquitted for a violation of Vehicle Code section 23152(b), driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of greater than 0.08%. He was, however, convicted for “wet and reckless driving.” Since the section 23152(b) charge was not dismissed, but was actually an acquittal, the DMV is required to return “Mike T.’s” driver’s license pursuant to Vehicle Code section 13353.2(e).]—From Mike T. (July 13, 2008)