Bader Scott Injury Lawyers - November 2019



11 .2019


W ith Thanksgiving just around the corner, we here at Bader Scott are feeling particularly thankful for our clients. We’ve been blessed with their trust, and it’s something we never take for granted. Every year, more than 10,000 people call our firm looking for help. Thankfully, we can provide it and support them through some of the most difficult times in their lives. If there’s anything we can do to help you this holiday season, don’t hesitate to give us a call. First and foremost, I’d like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving! When November arrives, I always take a moment to appreciate not only my family and my clients but also everyone who works for me at Bader Scott. I’m incredibly thankful for our staff’s deep commitment to the firm and the sacrifices they make coming into work every day to create a positive experience for our clients. I’m thankful for their families, too, for supporting them even as they work long hours. It takes a village to build a law firm, and Bader Scott’s success wouldn’t have been possible without all of you.

W hile most people are loading their tables with turkey and cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving, my family will be pulling out all the

stops for a traditional Puerto Rican feast. Our centerpiece is a smoky, roasted pork leg spiced with Caribbean seasoning, garlic, butter, salt, and pepper (just

writing about it is making my mouth water because it’s that good). Everyone fights over it, including my parents, my brothers, my sister, and all our kids. We complement the pork with arroz con gandules , a typical Puerto Rican dish of yellow rice and pigeon peas, and fried plantains called tostones . Oh, and it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without pasteles , the little boiled packets of mashed Caribbean vegetables wrapped in banana leaves my mom and grandma make every year. They always say it’s a labor of love because it takes a whole day to make a batch. The little snacks are so labor intensive that they often make between 50 and 200 at a time, freezing the extras for later. On top of all that, my mom bakes massive quantities of fresh Cuban bread (let’s just say carbs are important in my family). The whole affair goes down at my parents’ house in Columbus, Georgia, and we always eat at 12 p.m. on the dot and then spend the rest of the day watching football games on TV. It’s a nice break from the office, but, when I think about work, I always realize there’s a lot to be thankful for there, too. In particular, I’ve been feeling grateful this year for the rest of the Bader Scott leadership team. It’s really something to work with a group that strives not to be complacent and constantly drives me to achieve higher heights. Thank you for all you do!

“Every year, more than 10,000 people call our firm looking for help. Thankfully, we can provide it and support them through some of the most difficult times in their lives.”

On a lighter note, my family is abandoning our usual Thanksgiving traditions this year to head off on a Caribbean Cruise, and I couldn’t be more excited. Most years, we opt for a low-key celebration at my parents’ house with my uncles and our spouses and kids. We dig into a traditional Thanksgiving spread of turkey, stuffing, yams, and either green bean or mushroom casserole and lounge around watching football. I always enjoy those holidays — I love any excuse to spend more time with my fiancée and our daughters — but it will be nice to shake things up and relax in the tropics. Of course, even though I’ll be out of the country for a while, Bader Scott’s doors will stay open to anyone who needs our help during the holidays. If you need an experienced, compassionate lawyer by your side, don’t hesitate to give my team a call.

–Luis Scott, Managing Partner

–Seth Bader, Founder and Owner

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