Bader Scott Injury Lawyers - November 2019


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In the nearly three years he’s worked for us, Manny Siguenza has pulled double duty, building our personal injury department from the ground up while also earning his bachelor’s in criminal justice from Georgia Highlands College. For most people, just one of those tasks would be overwhelming, but Manny has done an incredible job with both. With his guidance, our personal injury department has grown from a single man to nearly 30 employees and even won Personal Injury Department of the Year — and we can’t thank him enough for enabling us to help so many more clients. To hear him tell it, the road to success was an uphill battle. “It was extremely difficult,” Manny says. “It was hard because I wanted to make sure everything was running efficiently, without any terminations, and make sure our clients got what they needed. That’s why I’d stay 12–14 hours every day. In 2017, I took three days off.” Because of his dedication, Manny was promoted to personal injury director. He now oversees the whole department, training new employees, and making

sure every client is matched with the best possible representation. He says that, ultimately, making a difference in the lives of those clients is what really matters. “Being able to help our clients through this settlement is definitely what it’s all about. [...] I think that a lot of people, they come in here as clients, but they leave as friends and family members. That’s how we see it. And the reason people refer clients to us when they leave is we take care of them,” he says. When he isn’t working, Manny likes to go for hour-long runs and spend time with his friends and family. Though his mind is always churning, he makes an effort to wind down each week. “Even weekends, I’m still working, but I think it’s very important to take time and step away from work, then come back next week and give it all you’ve got,” he said.

Manny, you give it your all every day. Thank you for everything you do!


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