Benjamin W Scott's answer I'm glad that you had a good experience with a lawyer and paralegal who went above and beyond to help you.
I would be careful about giving anything of significant monetary value to your attorney. There are some rules regarding gifts from clients, and you don't want to get your attorney in trouble. Probably the best thing you can do is leave a positive review for them on different websites like Yelp, Avvo, and Google.
With that said, a small gift to a lawyer is generally OK as...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Yes if he said it was ready to mow. You can take him to small claims though if he is a friend might make sense to have a mower mechanic look at it and say what is wrong and give you an estimate of what it'll take to fix it.
Adam Studnicki's answer Contact the law firm representing plaintiffs in the action. They can help advise if you qualify.
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