Southeast Consumer Law attorney Lawrence Silverman discovered the Frederick J. Hanna law firm using false affidavits to get judgments against unknowing debtors.
Southeast Consumer Law attorney Lawrence Silverman discovered that notorious high-volume debt collection law firm Frederick J. Hanna & Associates filed more than 300 falsely sworn affidavits in credit card lawsuits.
Acting on information provided by Lawrence Silverman of Southeast Consumer Law, and attorney Michael Kay, of Norcross, investigative journalist Randy Travis, of WAGA-TV in Atlanta, reports on piano teacher John Stonko, who misrepresented his credentials to his students and the Emory University administration. Travis reported that Stonko falsified information posted on the websites for his American Piano Academy and Piano Orphanage Project. When Travis confronted him, Stonko literally ran away. Both attorneys appearing in the report are former students of “Doctor” Stonko. Part 1 of 2.
In Part 2 of Randy Travis’ investigation of piano teacher “Doctor” John Stonko, an actual Emory music professor confirms that Stonko was not an Emory faculty member was not authorized by the university to use its facilities for his private lessons. Travis’ investigation was prompted by information provided by attorneys Michael Kay of Norcross, and Lawrence Silverman, of Southeast Consumer Law. Part 2 of 2.