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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.

January 12, 2017 at 3:09 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

motoadventure: September 30, 2015- Original Review: I contacte...

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November 11, 2015 at 9:47 a.m. ( )

September 30, 2015- Original Review:

I contacted Garrison in November to have them do three roofs on my property. I promptly got a call back from John saying that they were tied up on a remodel job since it was the offseason for roofing, but an employee/family member would be interested in doing it on his own time.

Long story short, over the course of a weekend the roofer, with occasional help from his significant other and John, stripped and shingled two of my roofs and did a great job. The third is very steep and needed spot repairs, and he elected to wait until he had help to spot him with a rope from the ground. He said he'd be back the next day while I was at work to finish it up.

Too trusting, I paid him in full, since the majority of the job was finished. Unfortunately, he never returned and never returned calls or voicemails.

A call to John got an outright refusal of any involvement, even though I had met him, shook his hand and watched him and the others working on my barn roof. He wouldn't provide me any other way to contact the fellow, and said that he had zero involvement in the whole thing and owed me no help.

Sadly, based on my interactions with John after his employee/family member failed to follow through on the job, I would not recommend Garrison Roofing to anyone I know.

November 11, 2015: See comment below for a fun update!

September 30, 2015 at 3 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Obama off base on drug legalization


April 19, 2012 at 11:22 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU student says stranger pushed her to the ground outside Strong Hall

She would have been raked over the coals for carrying a gun on campus.

Who knows, maybe the national media would catch wind of it and sensationalize it, next thing you know the New Black Panthers have a bounty on her head.....

April 18, 2012 at 9:44 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Baldwin City hunter, 70, pleads to criminal discharge of a firearm

Funny thing, disappointing thing, he's over 65 so he doesn't need a license to hunt, let alone need to have taken hunter's ed.

April 10, 2012 at 12:50 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

18-year-old Lawrence man accused of making false theft report

John Doy Court is one of the streets that is predominantly CLO homes for teens/adults, which makes me wonder if an employee tried to get a free TV or if they arrested an individual with disability.

April 10, 2012 at 12:32 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Dog instructor lauds electric collars in teaching obedience

Greg's collars might fit the bill. The units themselves are pretty small and the remote is about the size of a garage door opener, and they would give you the vibrate function you're after.

January 16, 2012 at 10 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Dog instructor lauds electric collars in teaching obedience

Sigh, gotta love the LJW comments section. Everybody's an expert, and the story is always one-sided! It's interesting, nobody claimed favoritism and free publicity when they spotlighted Dignified Doggies a few weeks ago.

When we were trying to get through to our humane society pup we toured all the trainers we could find. He was a runner, and was interested in squirrels and birds and big noisy trucks way more than listening to us. Inside the house he was pretty well trained -- step outside and it all changed. It culminated with him slipping out the door on Easter in the middle of Wichita, almost getting hit by cars as he crossed Douglas multiple times.

Of all the trainers we visited with, Greg was the one who stood out. He didn't give us the same old spiel, after our introduction to his style of training he had our pup paying attention to him immediately, walking nicely on a leash out front near the busy street, all using just the vibrate function of the collar (like the vibe of a cell phone).

It's amazing what having the attention of your dog will do. There's no 'zap' needed when they know you're watching and they are given clear expectations.

Thanks Greg, Odin's doing great and we're all happier than ever.

January 16, 2012 at 12:39 p.m. ( | suggest removal )