(From a client) - Joe Dzida represented our company in an eminent domain case with the State of California. In the land taking for a high speed rail line, the State left us without enough land to operate our business into the future. Joe's excellent representation on a contingency basis resulted in us acquiring the land next to our property and a payment from the State that was over 6 times greater than their original offer. We can now operate and grow our business the way it was planned when we purchased the property. A solid 5 stars and our highest recommendation for this company.
(From a client) - Finally, I wish to thank you for the exceptional service you have rendered our company. I was very impressed with the fine work that you have done and am very appreciative. I am very glad to get to know you and look forward to resolution on this case. As I mentioned, my (CFO) has told me that in his 50 years of working with attorneys he has never worked with a finer attorney than you. We certainly look forward to future work with you after this case is finalized.
(From a client) - Thank you so much for your priceless time and effort assisting all of us. Your letter without a doubt has caused (our opponent) to reconsider their unethical and unlawful actions of simply going through the motions (without) providing due process. I cannot thank you enough. I most sincerely and profoundly thank you for doing this for me.
(From a client) - I wanted to thank you for all of your incredible support through this stressful process. I could not have done it without you. Thank you SO much for your confidence, honesty and diligence every step of the way. People like you restore my faith in the justice system. It is intimidating as hell to stand up to a multi-billion dollar corporation especially after disempowering discrimination and the challenging times I faced after my injury. Thank you for all of your support.
(From a client) - I want to express my sincere gratitude to all of you for your professionalism, thank you for believing in me and financing my case without even knowing me. I think that your strategies produced excellent results, and I am delighted that I was referred to you and chose you to represent me. I want you to know that I also appreciate very deeply your patience with me. It was a wonderful experience and I learned a lot. I have the feeling (and I hope so) that you and I made a good team where open and honest communication was the norm.
(From a client) - I want you to know that I was very impressed with your deposition style.
(From a client given as a reference to a potential client) - Just talked to (name redacted) – told him that you walk on water. We'll see how convincing I was! (Note: the potential client he spoke with signed with the Firm).
(From a potential client, whom we could not help) - I want to take a moment to thank you. I have contacted a few attorneys. Many have given me vague information, and some have flat out stated that I have no case. You sir have really done some research and looked into this matter with a sense of care. I could tell when we spoke last week that you were very diligent in your questioning and out of the 50 or so attorneys I have conversed with over the past few weeks, you have been by far the most thorough.
(From a client who needed help collecting a debt and had been stalled by the debtor’s bankruptcy) - Finally the results we sought all along were achieved. We are all most pleased with the results and await the payoff. Thank you.
(Clients represented by another attorney were sued by a tenant who sought to enjoin the clients from making his leased building a part of a larger multi-building project. Hoping to gain leverage that might get him out of his lease, the tenant obtained a temporary restraining order, before the clients substituted in Callanan, Rogers & Dzida, LLP, as their new counsel. Working together, Charles Callanan and Joe Dzida of the firm built the case against the injunction. That evidence convinced the judge to reverse his prior order granting a temporary injunction and his tentative ruling that the injunction should be granted.) - Yes, the judge really did a 180 turn at the end !