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Aaron Larson
Attended University of Michigan Law School
Lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Manchester, England - Kingston, Ontario - Marine City, Michigan
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I am a lawyer in Michigan, practicing primarily in the area of civil appeals. I have written a book on estate planning as part of Wiley's "Dummies" series, Wills & Trusts Kit For Dummies, and co-authored a second, Credit & Collections Kit for Dummies. I also publish the ExpertLaw website, and it's sister sites, Workers Compensation Insurance . com and LawLaughs.
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  • University of Michigan Law School
    Law, 1990 - 1992
  • Eastern Michigan University
    Psychology, 1985 - 1990
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I had high hopes for Commercial Progression, and think they do some good graphic design work, but due to problems with endless delays, poor project management, the quality of their work and unexplained billing discrepancies, as well as continuous misrepresentations of the project status and work completed, I could not recommend them to others. Perhaps they can do a nice job for people with small, simple projects, but they certainly fell on their face when asked to do more complex work. They would not provide the correct code or fix their work under their warranty, and have not offered one word of apology.
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I like massage businesses that get to know you and your needs. I have had good experiences here. The masseuses are trained and certified, not just "the latest graduates of massage school", and they work with athletes as well as with patients who have chronic and acute medical conditions. If I were a new customer I would try to talk to Grace, the owner, about my needs and her recommendation as to which masseuse to use. If you simply want a relaxation massage or are not looking for a longer relationship with a massage business, that matters less, but if you are looking for a go-to place I trust Grace to match clients with a masseuse who will best serve their needs.
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Public - a year ago
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I wanted to like this company, as they're close to my home, but I doubt that I will return. On the plus side, the proprietors are friendly, they have a very sweet dog, and the have good availability. On the minus side, they charge a premium price (plus mandatory tip, plus swipe fee) for service that does not match. They use a single bath towel instead of linens on their tables, the use paper towels to cover the face rest, they rub you down with rough paper towels to remove excess oil, and the like. At the price point charged, nothing should be done on the cheap. There is a significant language barrier, as the proprietors speak little English. It's also not a place for the modest. I will say, however, that they do a great job on your gluteus maximus muscles, an area a lot of massage places avoid, and one of the masseuses did a great job with my wife's hips -- she says, the best she's had for massage of her hip area. She was less a fan of the foot massage, due to what she felt was excessive pressure on the joints, and could not communicate her preferences to the Masseuse due to the language barrier. I don't know the proprietors' dialect, but if you can communicate with them in Chinese you would probably have a better experience.
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