Personal Injury involving a Drunk Driver

Picture of driver drinking while behind the wheel

Judith M. Solomon

April 8, 2004

Dear Neil,

As I review this past two weeks in my head, I felt the need to put my feelings into writing. I cannot or probably will not ever be able to express to you the gratitude that I feel for the way you have taken care of my son Joseph. As a parent, I’m sure that you understand how hard it is when something bad happens to one of your children. I have a hard time dealing with the fact that this man has no regard for the law and continued to drink and drive in a reckless manor. From the time of the accident ten years ago and until today I knew in my heart that we made the right decision in choosing you to represent Joseph. You have expressed such a genuine and caring attitude towards all of us and took care of Joseph like he was one of your own. When you got up to close the case and said you were proud to represent Joe, you couldn’t possibly know how proud we were to have you represent our son. Joseph is a man of very few words, but talking to him and listening to the way he speaks of you words could not express the respect or gratitude that he feels for all you have done and continue to do for him. We know that there is still a way to go in this case, but as long as you’re with us we know we will be okay. Thank you again for the bottom of our hearts and God Bless you and your beautiful Family.

Sincerely,

Judy Solomon