Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr. January 2018

JAN 18

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Another Year in Beautiful Lexington

Looking Forward to 2018

2017 wrapped up very nicely for us, and we’re only looking to build on our success in the coming year. In the past few months, we’ve had cases in 31 of South Carolina’s 46 counties. We also were able to help clients earn over $1 million in settlements at the tail end of last year alone. So

much for a slow season!

“If you ask 10 people living in Lexington what their No. 1 complaint is, I promise you all 10 of them will say traffic. I’ve driven in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Paris, and London. Take a stab at which has the worst traffic? You guessed it: Lexington, South Carolina.”

In the coming months, we’ll focus on providing the best to our clients. Additionally, we’re looking at more ways to get involved in our community. We love being in Lexington and are honored to serve such a wonderful community. Our new office was a huge step toward making us a little more visible — you can’t be in a better spot than we are — but we also relish the opportunity to do some community outreach. Last year, we were the only law firm to participate in Lexington Kids’ Day. We’ll be there again this year, but we learned an important lesson from our first go-around. You see, we hired a balloon artist to be at our booth. The problem wasn’t that the kids didn’t like it. Just the opposite, in fact — she was way too popular! Lines were long and tension was running high. It might seem like I’m joking, but it’s the truth. When we arrive in 2018, we’ll be bringing enough entertainment to keep the lines moving and the kids smiling. Maybe it’s because New Year’s has me in a wistful mood, but I’ve been thinking about how much Lexington has changed since I set up shop here in 2004. Since then, the population has doubled. We still have a small-town feel, but it’s been great to see so many people flocking to this area. There always seems to be a new restaurant opening up or an event to check out. It means a great deal to be a part of a vibrant, growing community.

Lexington what their No. 1 complaint is, I promise you all 10 of them will say traffic. I’ve driven in Los Angeles, New York

City, Boston, Paris, and London. Take a stab at which has the worst traffic? You guessed it: Lexington, South Carolina. Just outside our door, they’re working to turn some streets into one-ways. It will certainly

help, but it won’t be able to offset the sheer increase in folks on the roads. Let’s hope the government can figure out a way to make our infrastructure a little less frustrating. Maybe they’ll make it their big New Year’s resolution. I hope everyone has a wonderful 2018. I know that we are looking forward to another wonderful year serving the people of Lexington and the surrounding areas. It’s an honor to represent you. The traffic

here may make you want to slam the steering wheel, but it’s worth it to be a part of this one-of- a-kind community. Happy New Year!

–Jim Snell

There’s only one area where the government can’t seem to keep up with all this growth: the roads. If you ask 10 people living in

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