San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews – AVVO, Yelp, Thumbtack, and Google

San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews – AVVO, Yelp, Thumbtack, and Google

Rick Mueller assures his complete dedication in working hard towards the best Possible Outcome for his San Diego DUI Lawyer clients. His positive reviews are one of his best form of rewards.

Google reviews tend to be an aftermath of a product purchase. The same pattern takes place with hiring a lawyer. However, this usually takes place well after a smartphone or computer user hires San Diego DUI Attorney and California DUI Lawyers Association Specialist, Rick Mueller. When in a position of needing a San Diego DUI lawyer, it is essential to understand the differences in lawyers.

Current Google Reviews for San Diego DUI Lawyer Rick Mueller are here.

Current Google Reviews for his San Diego County DUI Law Center are here.

Older Google Reviews can be found here.

 

AVVO

San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews on: AVVO.

AVVO is a professional lawyer review platform. All AVVO Reviews for George (Fredrick or Rick) Mueller are here.

When filtered here, Rick is AVVO’s best reviewed attorney. Furthermore, he is the attorney with the best reviews exclusively for handling DUI cases in San Diego county.

 

Yelp

San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews on: Yelp.

Reviews on Yelp are not as simple.

Yelp tends to punish individuals (DUI lawyers especially) for not spending money advertising with them. Unfortunately, they appear to have a very narrow idea when it comes to finding a business. Consequently, most of the San Diego County DUI Law Center reviews are listed here as “other reviews that are not currently recommended” by Yelp. Yelp will dedicate a small fraction of the actual attorney reviews to make visible to the public. You can find these here.

Most of “Rick Mueller San Diego DUI Attorney” actual reviews can only be found in “other reviews that are not currently recommended by Yelp”. Although, a small portion of Rick Mueller’s actual Yelp reviews are visible here. Sadly, Yelp states that these reviews are not factored into a business’s overall rating.

The Best Yelp Reviews

Yelp says: “The best reviews are passionate and personal. They offer a rich narrative, a wealth of detail, and a helpful tip or two for other consumers.” Here are some additional thoughts for conscientious reviewers:

  • Personal experience: We want to hear about your firsthand consumer experience, not what you heard from another individual. Try to tell your own story. Try not to resort to broad generalizations and conclusory allegations.
  • Accuracy: Make sure your review is factually correct. Feel free to air your opinions. Don’t exaggerate or misrepresent your experience. Do not take sides when it comes to factual disputes. We expect you to stand behind your review.
  • Review updates: Review updates should reflect a new experience or interaction with the business. Don’t tell the same story you’ve already told. If you’d like to add new insight to an old experience, you can edit your review within 30 days of posting it.”

 

Thumbtack

San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews on: Thumbtack.

Thumbtack is a platform where you can search for the cheapest business quotes.

A Thumbtack customer reaches out and requests a phone call. However, the caller will usually take precautions. For example, they do this by not displaying their contact information in the messenger.

The DUI lawyer, Rick Mueller is able to send detailed messages through Thumbtack. These messages are generally to ask for a potential clients phone number. Additionally, he can share detailed information about the San Diego DUI attorney himself.

Policy

Thumbtack’s content and review policy are specifically for reviews left on the San Diego DUI lawyer’s profile:

“Genuine, thoughtful reviews provide the trust our community relies on. To that end, we prohibit:

  • Reviews not directly related to a pro’s professionalism, interactions, or performance on a project started or completed.
  • Reviews that do not represent users’ actual, personal experience.
  • ​​Reviews unrelated to the actual project, such as political or social commentary.
  • Reviews which are not posted after a reasonable and sensible period following the work. Reviews must be posted either within one year after the customer submitted the request, or within one year of the last day the pro worked on the project.”
Violations

A user could violate the first 4 prohibited reviews, by:

  1. Specifically posting about the San Diego DUI Lawyer without any “project (legal representation) being started.
    – No project or representation can begin if the customer never leaves a phone number even after expressing their interest to do so.
  2. Posting an attorney review which does not represent the prospective client’s “actual, personal experience“. This is problematic if he or she never had an actual personal experience in dealing with said.
  3. Posting a lawyer review “unrelated”to the actual project (legal representation).  What relationship would a review have with an attorney’s legal representation when that prospective client never provided his/her phone number. This prospective client also never replied to the attorney through the site’s messaging platform.
  4. Posting a San Diego DUI attorney review without or NOT after a reasonable and sensible period following the work” when there is no work yet done. There is no direct contact, no retaining of an attorney, no request to do specific work, not a call to the attorney, and no submission of the free online evaluation form provided by the lawyer via a link in the Thumbtack message network.

One should only write a review under certain circumstances. In particular, these circumstances should begin with the contractual interaction arising out of a quote between you and a customer. This interaction has the potential to lead to an actual hire following performance of actual work.

 

Google

San Diego DUI Attorney Reviews on: Google.

Generally, Google is more generous in allowing a review. Google lists its prohibited and restricted content here:

  • The following policies apply to all formats, including Reviews, Photos, and Videos. Content that does not meet these criteria, Google will reject from publication.
  • Contributions to Google should accurately represent the location in question. Consequently, where contributions distort truth, we will remove content. This includes reviews, photos, or videos with no relation to the location or business where they are tagged. Google will reject ones contribution if someone inaccurately places content on the map, or is a part of an incorrect listing.
  • Process reviews automatically to detect any inappropriate content like fake reviews and spam. We may take down reviews that are flagged in order to comply with Google policies or legal obligations.
Spam and fake content
  • Your content should reflect your genuine experience at the location and one should not post just to manipulate a place’s ratings. Don’t post fake content, don’t post the same content multiple times, and don’t post content for the same place from multiple accounts.
Off-topic
  • Only post content based on your experience or questions about experiences at the specific location. Google is not made with the intention to be a forum for general political, social commentary, or personal rants. Content that does not meet this standard is removed.
Restricted content
  • For some products or services subject to controls and local regulations, you must follow certain guidelines when posting content. The content you upload may not feature calls to action or offers for the sale of products or services that are subject to local legal regulations. This includes, alcohol, gambling, tobacco, guns, health and medical devices, pharmaceuticals, adult services, and financial services.
The Content Shouldn’t Display:
  •  Links to a landing page where it is possible to purchase restricted goods or services.
  •  Email address and/or phone numbers to contact for the purchase of restricted goods.
  •  Promotional offers for restricted goods or services. For example, you shouldn’t upload content that displays deals, coupons, pricing information or other promotions for a restricted product or service.

Note that Google excludes any incidental depictions of these products this policy. Examples include:

  •  Images of menus.
  •  Images where alcoholic beverages are present but not the main focus.
Illegal Content

We don’t accept content that is illegal or depicts illegal activity. This includes:

  • Images or any other content that infringes on anyone else’s legal rights, including copyright. For more information or to file a DMCA request, review our copyright procedures.
  •  All sexual abuse imagery and all content that presents children in a sexual manner.
  •  Content on dangerous or illegal acts such as: rape, organ sale, human trafficking..
  •  Illegal products and services: endangered animal products, illegal drugs, prescription drugs diverted to the illegal market.
  •  Images of graphic or gratuitous violence, or which promote violence.
  •  Content produced by or on behalf of terrorist groups.

For any other legal issues, please select the “Copyright or other legal issues” tab on the report a problem feature.

Terrorist content

We do not permit terrorist organizations to use this service for any purpose, including recruitment. We also strictly prohibit content related to terrorism, such as content that promotes terrorist acts, incites violence, or celebrates terrorist attacks. If posting content related to terrorism for an educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic purpose, be mindful to provide enough information so viewers understand the context.

Sexually Explicit Content

In short, we don’t allow content that contains sexually explicit material. Also, we absolutely don’t allow content that sexually exploits children or present them in a sexual manner. We will remove this type of content, shut down the account, and send a report to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and law enforcement.

Offensive content

We will remove content that contain obscene, profane, or offensive language or gestures.

Dangerous & Derogatory Content

Google is a place for safe communications between users. For this reason, we don’t permit merchants or consumers to post dangerous or derogatory content, including content that:

  •  Threatens or advocates for harm on oneself or others
  •  Harasses, intimidates or bullies an individual or group of individuals.
  •  Incites the association of hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic with systemic discrimination or marginalization.
Impersonation

We don’t allow individuals to use Google to mislead others. This applies to deceptive content as well as false representations.

Importantly, if you do not ave authorization to represent them, do not attribute your content to another individual, company or organization.

Above all, Google reserves the right to remove content, suspend accounts, or pursue other legal action against contributors who falsely claim that they represent or are employee of Google.

Conflict of Interest

User contributed content is most valuable when it is honest and unbiased. For instance, disallowed practices include, but are not limited to:

  •  Reviewing your own business.
  •  Posting content about a current or former employment experience.
  •  Posting content about a competitor to manipulate their ratings.

Google’s Tips for writing great reviews are here.

 

Why Write Reviews

Ultimately, writing positive reviews helps others discover the places and individuals that are perfect for whatever they may be searching for. Here are a few tips:

  • Be informative and insightful: Be specific and relevant to the place you’re reviewing, and describe what other visitors are likely to experience. Highlight what makes the place special, and try to share something novel and new. Reviews should reveal the unique experiences that people and places offer.
  • Keep it real: Be authentic. Review your own experience, and explain why you liked or disliked a person, place, or thing. Try to be as accurate as possible, and include both the positive and negative aspects of your experience.
  • Be respectful: Not every experience with a place is going to be perfect. Sometimes you’ll want to share negative feedback. Even if you’re battling frustration, make sure your criticism is constructive. Business owners often use feedback to improve their offerings.
  • Reviews not General Commentary: At times certain reviews may become the subject of larger public debate or conversation due to recent news coverage or current events. While we respect and value your opinion, Local Reviews are not meant for social or political commentary. We think there are other forums that are more suited to those kinds of conversations, like blogs or social networks. Please write about your firsthand experience with the person, place, or thing and not general commentary on a business in relation to recent news.
  • Write with style: People will pay attention when you write thoughtful reviews. Keep them readable and avoid excessive capitalization or punctuation. Use good grammar, check your spelling, and avoid profanity. Choose the right length – a paragraph is great. Be creative and have fun!

 

 

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