2675 PACES FERRY ROAD SE, SUITE 260 ATLANTA, GA 30339
Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys hampion Firm, P.C.
5 YEARS OF THE CHAMPION FIRM WHERE WE’VE BEEN, WHERE WE’RE GOING
When I first opened The Champion Firm on June 1, 2014, it was just me. Things were a lot slower back then. I had 10 cases total, and I was running the whole firm by myself. In the past five years, the firm has changed a lot. Today I’m working alongside eight others: two other attorneys, Morgyn Graber and Shaun Cade; three paralegals, Janis Stevenson, Nicole Ronco, and Karen Slater; a legal assistant, Emily Siegelman; our office manager, Tamsie Pugh; and our bookkeeper.
“IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS, THE FIRM HAS CHANGED A LOT.”
ahead at the next five years, I don’t see us becoming some huge firm. That’s just not us, and that was never our plan.
The firm has grown a lot, and I’m proud to say we’ve built our practice primarily through referrals and word of mouth. We don’t advertise on billboards that line the road or on TV. Instead, our good work speaks for itself. New clients find us thanks to referrals from past clients or other attorneys who trust us and our reputation. Doing right by clients has always been second nature to me. Though, I have to admit that running a firm took a little more practice. Running a business isn’t something they teach you how to do in law school. I graduated knowing how to be a good lawyer, but when it came to managing a practice and people, I had to learn on-the-go. I’m not ashamed to say I made some mistakes along the way. There are things about running a business you have to learn the hard way, like how to hire the right person. I made mistakes, but I was able to learn from them, and that’s what mattered in the long run. If you’re afraid to make mistakes, you’ll be paralyzed by indecision and never learn anything. After five years of highs and lows, we’re finally in what I’d call a sweet spot. We have a great team here, and we know what we need to do to take care of our clients. Looking
I’ve never been interested in running a massive firm that takes on tons of cases and only knows their clients by number. Instead, I want to do good work for the clients we have and maintain a team that shares my philosophy. Our goal is to be able to handle bigger, more-sophisticated cases and look out for our clients, no matter what problems they’re struggling with. As The Champion Firm celebrates its fifth anniversary this month, I’ve been looking back at all we’ve accomplished. I want to thank all the clients who have trusted us over the last five years. Whether it was through a single case or you referred many cases to us, we wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for you. Referring a friend or family member to the firm is the highest compliment you can pay us, and over the last five years, we’ve been humbled by the amount of compliments we’ve received.
Thank you for your support and your trust. Here’s to five more great years! –Darl Champion
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