LAW NEWS Quarter 1 2019
OUR BOOK, LARRY BRICK’S NEW STATUS, AND JACK’S NEW TITLE
Keeping You Up to Date
The year 2019 has brought with it some updates and changes to the Law Offices of Paul Levin. The first important update is that our newsletter is going quarterly instead of monthly. We want to make sure that you, our readers, know you didn’t miss an issue! We’re still going to keep you updated on everything going on in our office. Our book, “ Life Altering Personal Injury Cases in Connecticut ,” is available to buy on Amazon.com, and copies are going fast. For friends and clients, there is a link on our website under the resource guide tab where you can download a free PDF copy of the book. Our book can give those who have experienced a compensable injury access to our firm’s experience in personal injury and workers’ compensation law, and we hope that it empowers our clients, their families, and friends.
Of course, we can’t forget to update everybody on what Jack has been up to. Jack and Kelly had a busy year in 2018 with their volunteer work, and Jack now has another title in his repertoire: He is now a part of the Healers with Halos Therapy Dogs Crisis Response Team . Our unofficial mascot has now moved up the ranks of therapy dog life after the team underwent extensive training in the community, classroom, and emergency room/trauma department at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford. Kelly had to have FEMA training and take psychological first-aid
“WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO ANOTHER YEAR AT THE LAW OFFICES OF PAUL LEVIN AND TO A YEAR OF NEW SUCCESSES, NEW DEVELOPMENTS, AND NEW WAYS TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY!”
classes, while Jack remained in the thick of the action throughout it all. As part of the process, Jack and Kelly trained and became members of a municipal Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), as well as of the Office of Emergency Management. The training was long and extensive, for both handler and hound. Jack was a trooper, and we are so proud of him for stepping into these new responsibilities. But don’t worry, he hasn’t let his new title go to his head. He’s still the same loveable boy who attaches himself to your hip until you give him all the attention he wants. Belly rubs are still preferred! We are all looking forward to another year at The Law Offices of Paul Levin and to a year of new successes, new developments, and new ways to serve our community! Please stay in touch and let us know what we can do to assist you, your friends, and family members. –Paul, Kelly and Larry
We are very excited to announce that Larry Brick, our friend and colleague on all things workers’ compensation, is now officially Of Counsel at the Law Offices of Paul Levin. When an attorney is formally “Of Counsel”, it means they are part of the law firm and continue as a practicing attorney in a guidance or advisory capacity. If you recall our newsletter from September, Larry has practiced law in Hartford County for 40 years, and our office has collaborated with him for over 2 decades. Over his career, Larry has become a highly valued and respected attorney in the Hartford County Bar and has developed a reputation as a highly skilled and capable practitioner, focusing his entire career on fighting for injured workers. While this change will not look much different in practice, it is still an exciting development, and we are happy to formally re-welcome him to the team!
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