Last year I found myself on the receiving end of a lawsuit due to my negative reviews of a local business. After some initial help from a lawyer friend, I started shopping for an attorney. The first guy I was recommended to was a train wreck. He'd listen but not hear what I was saying, he obviously held himself in high regard.
Then I was referred to Max and felt an immediate wave of relief. Before I paid him a dime we had a meeting to go over the ins and outs of my case, and he'd done a little footwork before hand. Not only was he a good listener, he seemed like he was firing on all cylinders and even though I was slightly disjointed in my own legal arguments he was right there with me the whole time. He was incredibly helpful in navigating the laws on the books, and was confident that I had a slam-dunk case. After this, I felt perfectly confident in him and put him on retainer and a little while later we filed our countersuit.
Communication was quick and honest, and he did everything when it needed to be done. We were able to get a positive outcome, and I feel as though the money spent on his legal services was well worth it. I would recommend Max Kautsch to anyone, my experience was great.
After a disappointing anniversary dinner at a much-lauded downtown joint, my wife has decided 715 is our go-to restaurant for special dinners. Though any restaurant can have an off day, our food and service at 715 have been consistently good and more often than not it's been great.
The next time you're out on a weekend looking for breakfast/brunch, give 715 a try. Other places will have a wait time or no tables free, 715 has yet to be full to capacity. If only those people waiting 45 minutes for a table knew the quality of food they could get just down the street for similar money. Ok, a couple bucks more, but they're two dollars well-spent.
Lastly, I'm not much of a meat-eater nowadays, let alone fried meat, but their chicken-fried pork steak is incredible. Quality cuts cooked correctly are the reason I could never go vegetarian, and I have yet to be disappointed here.
And don't forget a squeezed-to-order OJ!
I do all my own maintenance, but some repairs I'm not comfortable with. Since we moved to Lawrence I've been taking our cars to Lawrence Automotive Diagnostics, and they've stood behind their work and had reasonable prices. The one time we had to take a car back to them they didn't put up a fuss whatsoever, just fixed it promptly and free of charge, just the way it should be.
I'd recommend them to anyone. It's hard to find a good, reliable shop where you don't have to worry about being ripped off.
As often as I can, I try to give local businesses my money. Kind of hard to do with Shrum because they have been closed the three times I've tried to stop by during their hours.
There seems to be a Lawrence small business disease characterized by posting regular hours, having an open sign displayed, but being locked up and empty. It's a common theme in this town.
I don't want to be too hard on them because this town needs a non-sleazy place to buy hunting and shooting supplies, but I'm losing patience.