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With June come hotter days and better fishing. If you’re a serious angler like us, you won’t let the Louisiana sun keep you from getting out on the bayous. Still, as it begins to feel more and more like summer, it’s hard to resist the temptation to hole up in our air- conditioned homes or offices all day long. That’s why it’s important to get out and enjoy the last days of crawfish boil season. With the dusty June heat keeping many of us indoors most of the day, boils present the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the natural beauty that flourishes around us. After all, nothing pairs better with our vibrant sunsets than a cold drink and handfuls and handfuls of well-spiced crawdads. Best of all, you get to spend time with folks from all walks of life. WHAT WE BRING TO THE TABLE CRAWFISH BOILS AND COMMUNITY
We’re blessed to be in a part of the country that still has a strong sense of community. Being able to get together with friends, neighbors, and neighbors’ neighbors for some old-fashioned Cajun cooking is an experience we Louisiana natives can sometimes take for granted. But when the heat would otherwise shut us away in our separate homes, getting together in the evenings for a communal meal is the perfect remedy for summer blues. Growing up around crawfish boils and the sense of community they foster has influenced the way our firm operates. We want to remain true to our roots. This means that when you come to us with a problem, we’ll treat you like a neighbor. We’re not here to talk down to you or pressure you into pursuing a case. We just want to know your situation and how we can help. Between overcoming injuries and dealing with insurance adjusters, the folks who come in to see us have a lot on their plate. We know that being treated with compassion and understanding can make all the difference in the world. We got into law to help the hardworking men and women we meet across this great state. And if doing so gets us invited to more than our fair share of crawfish boils, we’re not complaining.
“YOU GET DOCTORS, TRUCK DRIVERS, LAWYERS, AND FARMHANDS TOGETHER FOR A CRAWFISH BOIL, AND YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO TELL THEM APART BY THE TIME YOU’RE HALFWAY THROUGH THE EVENING.”
If breaking bread together is considered a bonding experience, breaking crawdad shells should be in a league of its own. You get doctors, truck drivers, lawyers, and farmhands together for a crawfish boil, and you won’t be able to tell them apart by the time you’re halfway through the evening. Perceived divisions dissolve faster at a crab boil because at the end of the day, we’re all hungry, hardworking folks looking for great food and better company.
–Cra ig Jon e s & Cra ig Hill
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