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L. Tyler Spies

Member
Deatrick & Spies, P.S.C.
1587 Story Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40206-1759
Peer Rating
4.5 of 5.0
Client Rating
3.0 of 5.0
BV Rated
Experience & Credentials
Practice Areas
Collections; Creditors Rights in Bankruptcy; Mechanics Liens; Commercial Law; Secured Creditors Rights
University
Bellarmine College, B.A., 1970
Law School
University of Louisville, J.D., 1974
Admitted
1974, Kentucky; 1975, Indiana
ISLN
903511825
Peer Reviews (1)
BV Rated
4.5/5.0
Peer Rating
 
High Ethical Standard
Creditors Rights
Areas of Practice
Legal Knowledge
4.5/5
Analytical Capabilities
4.5/5
Judgment
4.5/5
Communication Ability
4.5/5
Legal Experience
4.5/5
Peer Reviews (1)
5.0/5.0 Posted by a Partner on 05/08/14
Endorsed for Ethical Standing
Legal Knowledge
5/5
Analytical Capabilities
5/5
Judgment
5/5
Communication Ability
5/5
Legal Experience
5/5
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Client Reviews

Overall Client Rating

in Litigation, Debtor and Creditor and Real Estate
3.0 out of 5.0
Communication Ability
3.0
Responsiveness
3.0
Quality of Service
3.0
Value for Money
3.0
  • Data based on 2 reviews
  • Recommended by 1 Client(s)
  • Last reviewed on 09/18/10
Posted by a Consumer on 09/18/10
4.8 out of 5.0  
Tyler and partner David are two of the most ethical, knowledgeable, and compassionate attorneys I have ever encountered. Tyler displays a high degree professionalism at all times with a strictly business demeanor. His partner David also exhibits a professional attitude, however he is extremely compassionate and connects with clients on a more personal level. They truly make the perfect team. They have the desirable knowledge and experience as well as the rare compassion all clients deserve.
Posted by a Small Business on 03/05/10
1.3 out of 5.0  
Clock is always running. Ask a yes or no question via email and receive a bill for $60.00. No real teeth in representing you. Hard to get return calls. Difficult to get any feeling that they want to help you. I am sure they have bigger fish to deal with. My case was a company that simply didn't pay us and they suggested filing a lien. We did and a year later I emailed to see what we should do - got a response that basically said nothing and a bill for $60 for asking the question.
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