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BACK TO SCHOOL And Back in the Game W elcome to the inaugural edition of the Rinehardt Law Firm newsletter! We’re
In that spirit, we recently created T-shirts with a logo on the front that reflects this mindset: back in the game . We’ll be giving these shirts to folks at the end of their case to represent the perseverance and courage they’ve shown throughout and to represent the hope and optimism with which they can now approach their future. For many of our local students and student athletes, they’re getting “back in the game” with the start of the school year. For them, it can be a little nerve-wracking as they enter a new grade or school. We want every child to start the school year off on the right foot, have the best chance for success, and not have to worry about not having the right supplies. To help support them, we participated for the fourth year in our Back to School Backpack Bash in partnership with Mid-Ohio Youth Mentoring. Our team looks forward to this event each year, and our families are always there to lend a hand. The bash took place at the Friendly House in downtown Mansfield in early August, and by the end of the day, we donated over 125 backpacks and many school supplies to kids in our community. We also had ice cream sundaes, popcorn, crafts, face painting, and even a bouncy house! It looked like everyone had a fun time (just look at the photos on our Facebook page!), and we wish our students, parents, and teachers a safe and productive school year.
Something we see on a daily basis is the courage our clients show through the tough hands they’ve been dealt. Despite physical and emotional pain, they keep going. In large part, their well-being has been taken from them, and they’re left to pick up the pieces. In that process of recovery, I’ve been continuously amazed with how people face their disrupted lives and put the pieces back together. Your courage is a constant source of inspiration for me.
excited to connect with you each month and continue to build our relationship. Starting with this first edition, you’ll hear from us with stories of what we’re up to, what we’re doing for our clients and community, and tips for keeping you and your family safe on the road, at work, and in every aspect of your life. Over the last several years, our firm has grown through clients like you and through our connection to our community. In May of this year, we moved our Columbus office to a larger space to better meet your needs. Our team has grown, too; it’s no longer just me. We also have Hillary, an attorney who is my partner in life and the law, and Harvard Law School alumMelanie, an attorney who brings a diverse background and a high level of education to our legal team. You’ll hear from each of us in the newsletter and get a sense of the unique, collaborative approach our team takes. A large part of what we do as attorneys is understanding and conveying what our clients have been through and what they’ve had taken away as the result of wrongful conduct by another person. In over three decades of practicing law, I still get fulfillment from telling the story of each person we represent.
Honestly, our clients motivate me every day to be a better attorney and person. It’s what makes the work we do feel worthwhile for all of us at Rinehardt Law. Seeing our clients get back in the game, physically, mentally, and financially, is the most rewarding part of what we do.
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