I’ve been on the road a lot over the last month. It’s good to be back in New Hampshire, especially as we head into Summer.
My case in Michigan involves fraudulent conveyances, and is progressing quite well. I fully expect to have my first trial in Michigan, and am looking forward to the experience. And I fully expect victory.
I wasn’t in the office very long until I was out the door to visit my daughter in California. Driving on the 7-lane highways had its crazy moments. We had a great visit and returned home after 4 days quite jet-lagged.
At the office, I recently settled a very large personal injury case. I am pleased to say my client, who was seriously injured, is financially set for life. She is very deserving and has handled the whole ordeal admirably and has been an inspiration to everyone she encounters.
Over the years I’ve noticed that those most seriously injured complain so little. I’m convinced it has to do with the fact they’ve come so close to death, they manage to appreciate life in a way most people never can.
I was fortunate to get that case because the first lawyer hired did such a bad job my client’s friends convince her to see me. The rest is history. Most people don’t know they can fire their lawyer at will and hire another at no extra cost. It’s important not to tolerate poor service.
That’s it for now. Keep your strength.