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Markus May
Works at May Law Firm Ltd.
Attended University of Colorado at Boulder
Lives in Naperville, Illinois
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Markus May

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What's so funny? I thought that was an excellent analysis by Gary of the green bean and couldn't have said it better myself. Good job Gary and don't let others stifle your scientific analysis of other vegetables in the future.
Helping people buy, sell, operate and start businesses.
I help people operate, buy, sell, and start businesses. I help clients negotiate and draft business documents including those related to mergers and acquisitions, shareholder agreements, limited liability company operating agreements, independent contractor agreements, employment agreements, commercial leases, confidentiality agreements, and other business contracts. Corporate governance including drafting by-laws and minutes is performed for clients on a regular basis.
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Lab Costs Astronomical. Edward and pathology charged $1,114.50 for 3 tests and blood draw. LabCorp, for the EXACT SAME lab tests charged $229. After the insurance adjustments LabCorp = $30 and Edward = $315. TEN TIMES MORE COST. Get your lab tests done outside the hospital and have them sent to your doctor.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Our go to place in Grand Rapids after going to lots of places while daughter went to college at Calvin. 2 room suites are large and clean. Breakfast is standard. Love this place.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
3 reviews
Would not use again. My review has more to do with the process rather than the company as they assured me they did the best job they could. However the patio and porch both had places that could not be lifted back to the original level. If there are cracks in the concrete, raising the concrete will not fix them. It made one crack worse. Rather you will have to spend time putting self-leveling sealant in the cracks. Between this process, fixing the drill holes that weren’t properly patched, raising dirt around the raised concrete, and spraying down the sides of the house where there were concrete mixture splatters, I spent over 40 hours of my own time. I did not realize the landscaping had been splattered and so the red lava rock now is splattered with concrete and they will not replace the lava rock. So if I had to do it over again, I would just have paid the extra money to pour the concrete patio and porch. This process would be okay for simple sidewalk raising where there are no cracks or if you don't care about the appearance after the job is done.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago