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League City Family Law Firm
About The Veenstra Law Firm P.L.L.C.
- Personal Injury
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303 East Main Street, Suite 220 League City, TX 77573
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Sam is the best lawyer you could ever hope for. His knowledge of family law aside, which is way above average, he his a very understanding and morally sound man that always stands up for the right thing. Hiring him was the best decision I have made for my case and after 2 years as his client and I consider him a friend, if not family. I owe every second I get to spend with my daughter to this man and more. If you’re ever in need of a family lawyer, he’s your guy, worth every penny and more and will always fight in your best interest.
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Sam is an amazing lawyer! He is very upfront and honest about everything. He gives great advice and ensures that you are aware of everything that is going on at all times! Sam is very professional and I highly recommend him!
Texas Penal Code - PENAL § 38.12. Barratry and Solicitation of Professional Employment (a) A person commits an offense if, with intent to obtain an economic benefit the person: (2) solicits employment, either in person or by telephone, for himself or for another; During my last week of four weeks in ICU due to a MVA that almost killed me and required 26 days in ICU and another 20 days in the hospital for rehab followed with three months of our patint rehab.. Attorney John K. Zaid and his brother Joe I. Zaid cut a deal with an attorney ( Sam Veenstra) who was also renting an office in their office, who was working a HOA issue for me. Little Brother JOE JAWAD ISAM ZAID, WHO USES THE NAME JOE I. ZAID was also the Junior Partner in his brother's law firm JOHN K. ZAID and Associates Both brothers and Attorney Sam Veenstra screwed me financially and lied to my face as the result of this "T" BONED MVA requiring my extraction via the "Jaws of life by the Seabrook FD. I was transported via ambulance to ER to Clear Lake Regional Hospital and was in their ICU for 26 days and then transfered for 3 more weeks in a secondary Hospital for rehabilitation learning how to walk again. While still in ICU and under several mixes of pain killers resulting me being delusional causing me not possess the Competency and the Capacity to make any legal decisions which all three John, Joe and Sam were aware of, because I had a friend that the attorney "Sam Veenstra" was preparing a written POA for the verbal POA the Hospital had. At " no" time did either Attorney have approval to come to the ICU to solicit my potential lawsuit and while in this state they both got me to sign a retainer.
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