The Law Office of James R. Snell, JR. June 2017

JUN 17

Road to justice

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A Busy Summer for Our Office

Moving Day Is Finally Here

Though we’re all looking forward to moving into the new office, we’ve been lucky

enough to close out our old one with some big successes. Vicki has recently resolved a number of six- figure personal injury cases, including one for over $300,000. Personally, I was

able to successfully petition the state to

remove restrictions on someone who has posed no threat to society for a number of years. It was

the first successful petition of its kind, and it felt good to make such a significant difference in this person’s life.

“It’s been a long process, but I’m excited that our new home is almost ready. It will allow us to provide even better service to our clients, which is always our ultimate goal.”

We’ve also been clearing out shelves and removing clutter in anticipation of

transitioning to the new office. It’s been a long process, but I’m excited that our new home is almost ready. It will allow us to provide even better service to our clients, which is always our ultimate goal. Furthermore, this move will give us a chance to get every last detail in order, from the systems to the cabinets.

is that he gets free travel from any military airfield. Recently, he flew on a cargo plane from Charleston to Spain. He spent some time on a naval base there and traveled around both Spain and Portugal. He had a great time on the trip, and I think having him gone for 10 days ended up being

a vacation for my mother as well.

Speaking of organized shelves, Father’s Day is coming up in June. That might seem like an odd segue, but I promise it makes sense. During his career, my dad, Ross, ran and operated a series of grocery stores where the shelves were pristine. His work ethic could best be described as tireless. Most days, he left to open the supermarket at 7 a.m. and didn’t come home until 9 p.m. Our attorney, Vicki Koutsogiannis, observed the same behavior in her father, Jimmy, who still owns and operates the Twin Palmetto restaurant. I think seeing your father leave before the sun comes up and get home after it goes down really instills a work ethic in someone, and that’s certainly true of Vicki. In addition to working long hours at his supermarkets, my dad served as a member of the Army National Guard. How he found the time for all of this is something I’m still trying to figure out, but he managed it. He’s retired now, and one cool benefit of his National Guard service

I’m looking forward to spending Father’s Day with my dad, as well as with Lee’s father, Frank. Frank ran a fence installation company during his working days, but he’s now retired. I always enjoy the time I get to spend with Lee’s family, which upends the old cliché about in-laws. I

guess we should consider ourselves lucky that we all enjoy each other’s company so much. I hope everyone has a wonderful Father’s Day this year. I also hope you’ll come say hi when we move into the new office. – Jim Snell

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