I'm very sorry to see that you rated my service as 'bad,' as obviously it was not 'bad;' it was responsive informative and complete; it was just not what you wanted to hear, and then you appear to have retaliated against me for informing you of this. I realize you're in a tough and uncomfortable situation with your former employer, having been treated unfairly and being unjustly terminated. But please know how unfair it is to misplace your feelings onto someone who's trying to help and can only answer what you ask, and cannot make up things just to make you happier about the information being provided.
That said, please let me know what additional information you need or what additional questions I can answer for you to possibly make you change your feedback rating?
I thought your options were pretty clear, but I could number them for you or try to rephrase them? I'm kind of at a loss as to why you didn't understand them in the first place, so please try to make clear what it is you need and why you possibly actually found my service 'bad.'
As I wrote to you in the first response, it's very unfair for you to take out things on an attorney who is sincerely XXXXX XXXXX help you and can only inform you about the status of the law and its enfrocement, not what it should be, or what he and you want it to be.
I try to provide the best customer service possible on this site, and the vast majority of customers are very happy with my services, so I would hate for your misplaced negativity to count against me and prevent me from assisting other (more grateful) customers with their legal issues in the future. (Whether or not I tell them good or bad news).